A good author/literary agent relationship can be as potent and rewarding as a good marriage.
Whether or not to use a pseudonym is often a personal decision — although legal and safety issues can also come into play. Learn some of the pros and cons of pen names.
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As much as the publishing industry has changed throughout the years, one thing is constant: Marketing is vital to a book’s success.
Getting a contract with a traditional publishing house is possible, but it is going to take some work.
If you’re a nonfiction author who does not yet have an agent, you can save time and energy by sending a query letter to potential agents.
Your author platform can be among the most important factors in determining whether or not your book gets published. But what exactly is it?
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Here are some experienced people and great sites that can help you become more knowledgeable and hopefully more successful (however you define that term) regarding your book.