Find an Agent to Publish my BookFinding an agent to publish my book
Can I find an agent - or editor - for my cookery book?
Simply search for the cook books that are successfully published: a TV show or at least a very popular food special. Or construct it around some kind of life style option - a dieting or something. They really seem to need a'platform' before the publishing houses take you over.
I think that Emil Fortune is right, I think cooking books are a hard one. Are you blogging? So if you are a popular foods (or food+lifestyle) blogsger, you can probably use that to get a book. It' not that winning a large public for a blogs is a game. The Writers Manual Guides 2015 contain a list of our agencies and publishers - a great asset!
By self-publishing: How to find an agent and editor for your self-published book
Where can I get a frahling for my self-published book? I self-released'écrivain, j'ai auto-publié mon livre[entrez le nombre de mois ou d'années] et maintenant je pense étendre mes le succès de mes already-successive effort en obtenant un agent littéraire et un éditeur traditionnel pour mon livre auto-publié. Could you please tell me if I can mail my self-published book to Frahlingen and editorial staff?
Whilst every writer who has written his own book is in a singular position and there is not a word of reply to cover every writer and editor, it is certainly possible to file your own book with an agent. Self-editing can be a good way for writers to achieve and achieve glory. But if you are reaching a point where you want to move from self-publishing to conventional printing, here are some hints on how to find a frahling:
Make your self-publishing experiences as good as possible. They will not want to appear as the kind of individual who will forget to look before he or she jumps, especially in such a serious undertaking as publication. Emphasise the impact of your book. Quote your sells, offers and press reports wherever possible.
Make sure you have all the privileges to your book. If you do not own publication privileges, you cannot use them! If you switch to a conventional publishers, you must be willing to make compromises and give up much of your independence. Prepare to take your book away from on-line merchants like Amazon.
Selling your book to a conventional publishers means you don't want to undersell it. That means you have to think twice about whether you want to "freeze" your bookstores before you try to find an agent or an editorial staff member. Freezing will limit your own revenues, but it can also show a stronger involvement in conventional printing.
A number of authors have asked us whether it is possible to dispose of some of them to a publishing house, but to keep others to ourselves. Publishing houses are developing strict marketing strategies, and for this they generally want to take full or almost total ownership. When you own some copyrights and the publishing house owns some of them, you will compete with your conventional publishing house.
Do not search with your hardcover and book or with a formated e-copy. Inquiry with simple, 8.5x11 pages of manuscripts, if necessary - as if the book had not been set and hardcover. EVER use the agent submissions policy. When you first interview Frahlingen with your projects, state this.
When your projects have never seen agencies' eye before, they can have a "freshness factor" that appeals to some frahlings. If your book has an enormous turnover by its own power, this will be appealing in itself! When you are in serious conversations with an agent, don't conceal your self-publishing story!
You will be looked up by our agent team. Nowadays self-publication is nothing to be embarrassed about. When you have a book yourself and want to send it to Frahlingen, Writer's Relief can help with the bid!