It is finally posted at my website and ready for purchase. What it is? The Successful Author’s Handbook. It’s a collection of Patricia Fry’s best articles UPDATED, organized by topic and all related to the process of writing, editing, publishing, book marketing, public speaking and more. Here are some of the things you’ll learn:
• When is publishing a bad idea for you or your book?
• How to determine the purpose of your book and why this is so important?
• Self-editing tips.
• How to write a stronger query letter.
• Why your novel needs a book proposal.
• Which publishing method/option is right for you and your project?
• How to choose the right publisher/agent.
• When does an author need an agent?
• How to select the perfect title.
• Book promotion ideas and techniques galore.
• How to get one book review after another.
• How to establish rapport with your audience when engaged in public speaking.
• And so much more…
The 50 updated articles in this 143-page e-book could make the difference for you, between a successful publishing experience and a failed one.
Here’s your opportunity to learn from an expert with over 35 years experience in the publishing field, who is:
• the author of 30 books on a variety of topics
• a small publisher (owner Matilija Press, established in 1983)
• the leader of an international publishing organization (SPAWN)
• a publishing and editorial consultant
• a national speaker
• still highly involved within the publishing field.
The Successful Author’s Handbook is only $9.99. If you are a new or struggling author, the carefully selected, organized and updated material in this e-book will afford you the insight and give you the tools and information you need in order to succeed in this highly competitive publishing climate.
But then, if you’ve ever ordered one or more of Patricia Fry’s books, you know the quality of information you are getting.
Order your copy of The Successful Author’s Handbook today: http://www.matilijapress.com/successful_author_handbook.html
If you’re not accustomed to reading e-books, let me help. You have choices in how you handle an e-book. There is the handheld reader, of course, which few of us own, yet. You can read the book on the computer and store it there for quick reference when you have a question. Or do what I do when I download important material or e-books I want to have handy for reference purposes. I load my printer with pre-punched paper (3-hole), print the e-book and secure it in a binder. (This book will take a one or one-half inch binder.)
Here’s the ordering site once again: