Creating Book Proposals
In the publishing arena, formal book proposals serve as sales tools sent to editors and publishers. Traditional publishers offer contracts based on the content of the reviewed proposal.
Nonfiction book proposals and fiction proposals are presented in different formats with different content. Authors seeking traditional publication must prepare professional sales materials designed to “sell” the editor and/or publisher on the merit of the manuscript.
How to “Pitch” Books with a Book Proposal
After publishing more than two dozen nonfiction books with “traditional” publishers via an agent, I made every mistake possible. I also learned what worked, including pitching fiction manuscripts.
Subscribe to this coaching call to learn how to choose saleable topics, build an impressive bio, query (or not), and craft the proposal. This includes what components make up the nonfiction book proposal vs a pitch proposal for fiction, how to format your package and create your competition/market survey. It also includes tips for finding expert sources.
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