Some authors aren’t interested in self publishing at all. They have their hearts set on working with a “real” publisher, a traditional publisher. Unfortunately, working with a traditional publisher isn’t as simple as sending in a manuscript and getting paid for it. In Episode 12, traditional publishing expert Debbie Reber walks you through the steps you’ll need to take to get your book published with a traditional publisher, including writing a book proposal and finding a book agent. If you’ve dreamed of working with a traditional publisher, or if you’re simply curious what it’s all about, this episode is for you!
Debbie Reber is the author or co-author of more than 18 books, including three books for teen girls published in 2015 with Simon & Schuster. Her next book, a book for parents raising “differently-wired” kids comes out with Workman Books in spring 2018. As a writing coach, she blends her expertise in writing and publishing with her training as a life coach to help writers pursue their goals of traditional publication.
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Where you can find Debbie:
21 DAY WRITING COURSE
Debbie offers a wonderful, free 21 day writing course to help you get in the writing habit in a way that suits you and your lifestyle. If you’ve been stuck in the writing phase of your book for a while, you’re going to love this course! Sign up for You: Writing here!
OTHER RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST
How to Write a Book Proposal
Guide to Literary Agents
The 10 Biggest Mistakes Writers Make While Writing Book Proposals
9 Things You Need to Know About Writing Book Proposals
Write Your Irresistible Book Proposal
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