Judith Appelbaum has analyzed publishing as a columnist and reviewer for The New York Times Book Review
and as managing editor of Publishers Weekly
and now directs a book marketing firm that evolved out of this book. Includes practical and informative chapters on queries, options, agents, major changes in the publishing industry, and reviews of hundreds of writer's resources for fiction and non-fiction writers alike.
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"Among the many books of advice, the best is How to Get Happily Published."
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"Everything every writer needs to know." -- Elizabeth Forsythe Hailey, author of A Woman of Independent Means
"Helped me write 20 books for publishers large and small and start my own publishing company!" -- Lisa Rogak Shaw, Williams Hill Publishing
"I fell in love with How to Get Happily Published
. I keep it near me as my bible/companion/positive reinforcement. By following its suggestions, believing in myself and never giving up, I am getting my stories published." -- Richard C. Nacy, bookstore chain community relations coordinator
"I recommend this industry classic to writers all the time for its practical, common-sense guidance." -- William Shinker, President and Publisher, Broadway Books/Bantam Doubleday Dell
"Invaluable . . . Explains in detail the steps authors can take to drum up excitement, interest, and an audience for their books." -- -- Terry McMillan, author of Waiting to Exhale
"Invaluable ... explains in detail the steps authors can take to drum up excitement, interest and an audience for their books without feeling the least embarrassed." -- Terry McMillan, author of Waiting to Exhale
"Judith Appelbaum helps demystify the publishing process and book industry in this latest edition of her popular how-to book. The book addresses subjects of interest to all writers including writing courses and other writing aids, agents, where to submit a manuscript, how to submit a manuscript, comparing different contract offers, how books are marketed, book promotion and self-publishing. The book also includes an impressive collection of publishing and writing resources including books, periodicals, organizations and websites.
A practical guide, How to Get Happily Published provides writers with the information they need. The book eliminates some of the trial and error process writers would normally go through in their publishing journey by telling them what to expect and how to do it right from the get go. In addition, the book provides insight into the quirks of the publishing world. This information-packed book is an invaluable tool ..." How to Get Happily Published tells writers "what to expect and how to do it right from the get go." -- Writers Write: The Internet Writing Journal
"Most helpful to me when I needed to understand the publishing process." -- M. Scott Peck, author of The Road Less Traveled
"Most helpful to me when I needed to understand the publishing business." -- -- M. Scott Peck, author of The Road Less Traveled
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