How to Write a Book and get PublishedWriting and publishing a book
In the opinion of at least one individual who is not you or your parent, it would be good if the product were economically viable. 2.
Ask a frahling. Frahling is the individual who will represent your textbook at the publisher who could buy it. He' the one who knows how to get in contact with a publisher, which editor is looking for your type of textbook and which words you should ask for in a text.
If you ask me: "How do I find a company? Or" Which type of publication do you recommend?", then you really need a wife, because editing is very complicated and to be honest, you don't know enough about it to make it work without an agency. While you can broker your books without a broker, I don't suggest it, and I don't know much about it, so this is focused on the brokered counsel.
If you interview an operative, you essentially send him a brief note that describes your textbook and asks him to look at it all. Superior on-line consulting on how to find and request an agen. This is Tara K. Harper talking about the best way for a new writer to find a frahling.
This is Neil Gaiman talking about getting a good operative and preventing the worst. Here's Marcus Sakey's contribution on how to find and retrieve a roster of operatives. Discover how to spell an outstanding letter of inquiry fromicola morgan. Still not sure how to summarize or search, see Holly Lisle's advices.
Don't let them cheat you. As soon as you have secured an agency, the agency uses its contact and sector expertise to resell the work to an editorial staff (not a "publisher" - it is single editorial staff working for publishers who actually purchase, i.e. buy the work. This is where you are in a whole range of offerings, agreements, global laws and other publishers' businesses.
I' m not the one asking. That'?s what your asset is for. But if your agency is not successful in the sale of your work, you can either try to try to rewrite it, start a new one, or look for a new agency, but at this point you are really in a completely different area where you should look for other authors who are in the same position to talk to you about your problem.
Check out the Absolute Write Site Forum. Not because you want to be posted, google "How to get published" and then post with the first one. Thousands of fraudsters around the globe like to take cash from idealist authors who just want to see their book in the press.
"It' worth the money." This means that you do NOT need to purchase the publication. They do not have an intermediary (they earn their commissions, i.e. WHEN YOUR BOOK IS SOLD AND NOT BEFORE. They don't publish. They do not take part in the publication of "shared-risk". When you think about an agency or editor, go to the "Bewares and Background checks" section of Absolute Write and see what other folks have to say about them.
Alternatively, read the Writer Beware's Alerts for Writers section. You should not work with an agents or publishers who are not advised.