I want to Publish a BookI' d like to publish a book
I' m ready to write a novel, but I' m only 12. So what do you want me to do?
Mr President, first of all I would like to congratulate you on having written a textbook and asked the questions at such a young age. Well, I would like to thank you for that. I' m predicting that you will have a prosperous future! That' definitely a good notion, as they have more than you. However, all previous advices are possible, but the false path to self-publication.
We should have the good understanding that someone without education or editorial expertise cannot make the same good work as someone with education and expertise, and yet here we are. Somehow, self-publishing is today characterized as a set of assignments that may or may not qualify them. Over the course of time, experienced writers, design professionals and marketing professionals have been recruited by the publisher (s) to manufacture and market high value works that shoppers will like.
If you don't think of your work as a pastime, so should you. There are ugly do-it-yourself textbooks in the store, and I'm sure you don't want your textbook to be classified in this group. You are invited to view my free 88-page Portable Document Format "Publish Like the Pros: For a short guide to quality self-publishing and an insider's view of a misunderstood industry' at http://1106Design.com/resources/ and contact me for free advice.
Would you like to release a work? First ask yourself the following question
"I' m writing a novel. "We' re writing a volume on our trademark. In other cases, people want to share their acquired knowledge to enhance the career and live of others. A customer of ours, Hamish McKenzie, released a workbook that details his progress for the creation of winning pitch that will make sure you gain deal way more often than you do.
Looking for an incumbent publishing house or would you like to distribute this publication to a certain target group? I recommend that if you are interested in publishing your work through an incumbent publishing house (Random House, HarperCollins, etc.), my first suggestion is not to hire a ghost writer to create a full work.
Recruiting an author to write a full length script is a considerable capital expenditure (more on this later), so we usually suggest that our customers begin with a suggested reading and one or two example sections. It still takes a modest amount of money, but it is a small part of it for a full work...
This suggestion allows customers to assess the interest they have in their ideas before they decide to make more investments in the projects. It is often quicker for those who want to take the path of self-publication, but with a higher initial cost. We often begin with a number of important issues for the customer:
Are there any particular occasions or dates for which the volume must be prepared? Does the photographed books contain? Who is the public for the script? So how is the product going to be resold? Let's say company X wants to release a novel that celebrates fifty years in the store. Next, the author must compile a detailled sketch for the work, together with an example section.
It is conceivable that the customer would like to hire a author for six month or longer. After the customer has checked and revised the concept and agreed on the definitive script, the last stage begins - designing and print. From the outset, our creative staff has been part of most of the self-published work, but once the definitive script is accepted, they really begin to get their cuffs up.
The Hamish McKenzie pitch is an outstanding example of how the end result can look. Sometimes you can think of a textbook as a very complex and convincing calling cards, which will help you to connect and do new work. Hamish's New York City presentation was featured in the National Post, he was featured in enRoute and extracts were featured on Canadian Business's PROFITguide.com and Entrepreneur.com.
Meanwhile, the change of name from Hamish's agency Pitch-Beratung has lured new contacts and invited the audience to lectures in the hundret. After all, the kind of investments that a self-published work demands is not something that everyone is ready for right away. We have proposed in a number of cases that customers consider the publication of a number of blogs as a means of communication of their messages.
And after a while it can even serve as a springboard to a work.