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Getting Published
This section is devoted to articles targeted at getting your work in print - in one form or another! Scroll down to find the section which best suits your publishing needs!


Sacrificing the Dream
by Tina Morgan
So many new writers give up on the dream of seeing a traditional publisher accept a manuscript, and veer onto the route of self-publishing - or worse - subsidy publishing. Tina looks at the difference between them and at the cost of sacrificing a dream


How To Be In The Right Place At the Right Time: How I Got Published
by Katrina Kittle
So how does a new author get published? Katrina looks at the ways she could make sure she was in the right place at the right time so that her book got published!


Traditional Publishing

How do I Get My Book Published?
by Lee Masterson
This is the biggest question asked by almost all writers. Lee takes a look at some ways to find a publisher.

Are You Following Rules or Jumping through Hoops?
by Tina Morgan
Which method of "playing by the rules" will increase your chances of getting published?

Don't Gamble! - How to Better Your Odds of Getting Published
by Dr. Vicki Hinze
Writing for an audience can be different than writing strictly for personal pleasure. Before you can seek publication you have to decide if that's what you really want.

What Publishers Want to See Most in a Book Proposal
by Priscilla Y. Huff
Non-Fiction writers can often sell their books before they've even written them. Here's a look at book proposals that can help you to catch an editor's attention

Dreams of Publishing
by Tina Morgan
Is paying to have your work published an option?


EPublishing and Ebooks

How To Make a FREE E-Book
by Judith Tramayne-Barth
A step-by-step article on how to make a free e-book for people with little or no knowledge of HTML

Creating the Better E-Book
by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta
Everyone is in the middle of an e-book craze, so your question should be "How can I do it better?". Shery takes a look at some ways to create the "better e-book".


Print On Demand

Print On Demand - Introduction to Print On Demand - Part 1
by Julie Duffy
What is Print On Demand, and is it for you?

Print On Demand - Will POD Work For Me? (Technical Considerations) - Part 2
by Julie Duffy
Is going the print on demand route the right way for your book?

Print On Demand - Will POD Work For Me? (Sales Goals) - Part 3
by Julie Duffy
Creating a POD best-seller - through your own efforts

Print On Demand - What to Expect - Part 4
by Julie Duffy
What should you expect from you Print On Demand Company.

Print On Demand - What's in a Publishing Agreement? - Part 5
by Julie Duffy
An article covering and explaining a little of the legal jargon found in POD contracts


Self-Publishing

Self-Publishing - Should You Tell Literary Agents & Editors About Your Self-Published Book?
By Ronnie Smith
Listing your self-published book in the writing bio section of your cover or query letter may not be the best idea when you're trying to impress literary agents and editors. Before you mention your self-published book or books, you need to be certain you're not doing more harm than good.







 







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