How to do a Book ProposalMaking a book suggestion
Who do I know to whom I should submit my book proposal?
When you' re new to the world of books, how on earth do you find out who to submit your book proposal to? Are you sending your book suggestion to an agents or publishers? you' re most likely to need a frahling. Finding a frahling: Stage 1: Make a killer book suggestion (I suggest Mike Larsen's How to Use a Book Proposal - make sure it's the latest issue).
They may well want to hiring a book suggestion trainer or publisher to make sure you type an irresistible one. Stage 2: Use: a. Browse for a book for an audiences similar to yourself and see who your agents were (check the confirmation section or browse online). c. Visit conference calls, especially those using agentpanels.
The Harvard Medical School CME Publishers course has many top attorneys for those who focus on the arts of healthcare, spa or medical literature, who you can talk to in detail about your book and ask for your guidance. When they are not the right media, they may know of someone who is. d. Working with a book proposal trainer or publisher who works with the kind of media you are looking for.
Stage 3: Submit a large inquiry letter to the agent you have ID (or if you see them personally and they ask for your proposal, you can bypass this step). It is my recommendation to start with 3-4 operatives. This way, when you get feedbacks about the proposal, you can re-write and post to new members on your mailing lists - so you haven't completely removed all your top decisions in your first attempt.
Sometimes even professionals find that their pitches are off and they have to reconsider their book. Stage 4: Once an agency has expressed interest, please submit your proposal. Ensure that you submit the size you are requesting from your website (e-mail or paper version). When you are submitting a copy, select the "Materials Enclosed" cover and specify something to reminds the agents of your book, e.g. the name and location where you were meeting.
You can get in touch with the representative to make sure he has your suggestion. No, see if you can get positive feedbacks, why not. Integrate the feed-back to strengthen your proposal (and/or your book concept). You have to try multiple operatives. When you can do it, I strongly suggest you hire a book suggestion trainer - it will help you make your suggestion so much better.
Another tip: If you want to do without a good suggestion, you may need to create a bigger plattform or achieve it through blogs, on-line advertising, TV interview, TV interview, broadcast interview, press and journal interview (or citation), open lectures, tele-seminars and other locations. Inquire about the problem with "platform" and then begin working on it if it is.
Are you interested in expanding your authoring platforms for agencies and publishing houses (or selling a book you have already authored, or expanding your clientele ), come to me on June 12, 2012 at 3 pm Easter when the writer and "Life Coach to the Stars" Eli Davidson will share her PR and publishing platforms in a free telecon.