A couple weeks ago, we published a bit on how to writer a killer book proposal for all of our non-fiction writers out there.
If you’re planning to trek through the non-fiction realm of authorship as a traditional author, you’re going to have to write a book proposal.
The best part of self-publishing is that you get creative control over every step of the process — but this is also one of the worst parts.
Authors and the Art of Self-Promotion by Rachel Oku In every industry, the cliché goes that you have to “pay your dues” before you can make it.
You think you’re doing everything right–multiple tweets per week, retweeting the right people, using #hashtags, sharing interesting articles–but it doesn’t seem to be gaining you any new followers.
Over the eons of book publishing, agent querying became the obvious next step once an author finished a manuscript.