Book Proposals That Sell Talking With Terry Whalin

April 23, 2007 by Chuck | 0 Comments

Alot of us have been told (or at least want to believe)

“You should write a book.”

We may even tell ourselves that …

“Some day I’m going to write a book.”

I’ve been writing for a decade and I still having problems cranking out my latest EBOOK!

So what’s the secret of getting a real publishing house to pay you for your book and do all the marketing work?

Terry Whalin is the author of BOOK PROPOSALS THAT SELL, 21 SECRETS TO SPEED YOUR SUCCESS and speaks as an insider. As a former book acquisitions editor Terry Whalin says editors and publishers don’t read manuscripts. They read book proposals.

Over 80% of people plan to write a book and more than six million of them have already written a manuscript. Admittedly there are dozens of companies who will take your money and publish your book. How do you get a book publisher to pay you for your book?

Most people think it’s just about having a good manuscript.

Really it’s about having a proposal that sells.

Before publishers invest their money in your writing, they want to know if there’s a market for your book. You proposal sells them on selling your book if you know what to do.

Aspiring writers must learn how to add sales appeal to their books.

That’s the secret of getting a publisher to move your manuscript into publication.

In Publishing, Writing

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