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If you’re seeking traditional publication, you’ll eventually need to write a book proposal.
While most new writers shouldn’t consider a book proposal prior to writing their book’s first draft, there comes a point in the writing process when working on a proposal draft can help you understand your book and prepare for the querying process. Knowing when to do this—and, more important, how to capitalize on a few key sections—can help you home in on your book’s true message, make sure your author platform is as ready for the querying process as your book is, and serve as the rallying cry for completing your manuscript. During this 75-minute webinar, we’ll explore the sections of the book proposal to work on while drafting your book, which ones to avoid, and how to use the process to build motivation and momentum for your project.
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I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.Catherine O’Neill
I enjoyed reading other peoples work and getting feedback about my own work– the handouts/video links and class lessons were also very informative and relevantly paced to the give structural guidelines.
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