Writing a TextbookWrite a textbook
Write and develop your school textbook
Write and develop your collegiate textbook: "Robert Christopherson, Writer of Geosystems, 9e "This manual is an indispensable resource for anyone interested in reading books, from beginners to experienced veterans. "Kevin Patton, writer of Anatomy & Physiology (9e). To write and design a text book and complete a task is timeconsuming, complicated - some would say a huge and sometimes shocking one.
Upgraded and extended, this third issue will enable you to develop textbooks by leading you through the evolution and provide important backgrounds on the evolving publishers sector, how to select a publishers, how to propose a text book, how to broker a book deal and how to build good relationships between them.
You will also receive 22 examples and models, and the new "Author to Author" function will give you an insight into how many of the ideas presented in the volume have been put into practical use by leading schoolbooks. In this section, three sections, by Sean Wakely, deal with the developing educational publisher business, how to publish schoolbooks and how to arouse publishers' interest.
In this 11 chapter section, writen by Mary Ellen Lepionka, you will learn why your book needs to be developed, how to spell to get through to your real audiences; how to create an efficient author's vote; why you need to learn goals; why the headline layout is important; how to develop your teaching, equipment and features strings; how to facilitate designing and reworking; how to take care of approvals and presentations; and how to put them all together.
watch Mary Ellen Lepionka's online inar, "Creative Self-Help for Textbook Authors Dr. Stephen E. Gillen's Online Workshop, "20 Tips & 20 Questions for Your Next Texbook Deal "Read Sean Wakely's blog post, Dr. Sean Wakely, "Trends in College Texbook Publishing : 5 Trends for Navigation the Digital watchdog Transition SiteTourist : 5 Trends2 : 5 Trends2 : Project/Image Book Publish : A : Build-In : Scripts : Build-in : 5 Trend-In : Scripts : 5 Trend-Inform : Acts : Auth : Scrip : A : A : Scrip : In : New : Scripts : Scripts : Scripts : Scripts : Scripts : Scripts : In : Scripts : Scripts : Scripts : "Interview mit den Autoren, Q&B : "Auteur : Write and develop your university text book "Read these blogs by Mary Ellen Lepionka:
Get a copy of Writing and Development Your Collegiate Texbook today. Lepionka Mary Ellen of Gloucester, MA is a pensioned publishers, authors, editors, book developers and university teacher with a Master in Humanities from Boston University and a PhD at the University of British Columbia. She worked at Hochschulverlag in 1990 as development journalist for collegiate text books, mainly for Houghton Mifflin and Pearson School.
From 2002 to 2011 she founded Atlantic Path Publishing as a retiring company and released two issues of Textbook and related publications. Currently she is an independant scientist who writes a story about the Indians on Cape Ann. Beginning his professional development as a member of the Allyn & Bacon team, he was a high-performing journalist and journalist with Pearson Education and Houghton Mifflin's Collegiate Divisions.
At Thomson Learning and Cengage Learning, where he held several leadership positions, among them Wadsworth Publishing Chairman and National Geographic Learning Managers, Sean successfully led editing, products, marketing, manufacturing and consumer electronics groups to drive industry-leading business development. Universiy of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, Stephen E. Gillenteache's Law of Electronic Music.
For almost 20 years he worked in the field of publication, before he entered a personal praxis in the mid-1990s. Currently, he is a associate with Wood Herron & Evans (a 145-year-old IP lawyer's office in Cincinnati), where he focuses on publications, medias and copyrights.