Published online 12 October 2017 08:29:13 If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you might have noticed I’ve been posting a lot of stuff about my publishing journey.
And for a lot, it’s been about finding publishers, finding publishers who’ll give me a shot at making a book, and finding publishers willing to take the time to write a book with me.
But there’s one big hurdle I’ve yet to clear.
And it’s not that publishing is hard, it is.
I’ve always been the type of person who likes to think outside the box, I’m always looking for the next big thing and I’m a bit obsessed with finding a new genre to jump into.
So the first thing I do when I start to get to grips with publishing is to look for other books that will do the same.
And then I’m more careful about where I put my books, because if I can find another publisher who is willing to put me in a position where I can actually make a book in a year, then it becomes a bit easier.
And the thing about finding other publishers is that I don’t have to worry about what I have to say.
There’s a few publishers who might have the book for sale, or they might even be willing to offer me some money if I’m willing to do a couple of interviews.
And if they don’t offer me money, well then I’ve got to find a new publisher.
And as I said, I find a lot publishers who will be willing, or willing to go to great lengths to make sure that I get a book published.
But that’s all the hard work.
If I can just get a few good publishers to put themselves on the line, I’ve still got a chance at making the big leap.
So let’s get started on the right foot.
The first step in finding a publisher is getting a book contract.
The first thing you need to do is look at the best deals for books that you’re interested in.
And there are lots of great deals out there, but there are some great deals that you can’t get if you’re looking for a new title.
And so you need a deal that gives you the chance to negotiate and work out a new book deal that you feel is the right one for you.
There are lots and lots of ways to find deals, and you can go to the best of the best websites and ask them for information about your particular book.
You can also do a little bit of digging yourself.
But I’m going to show you a few tricks that I’ve learned from a couple books that I’m really looking forward to writing.
Find a book that you love, and read it a few times to see what you think.
If you love writing, you’ll probably enjoy this, as I have.
You’ll want to go back and read some of the more recent books that have been out and you might even love the way they’ve been written.
You should be able to pick up on some of those things that are good and that you like.
If it’s a first novel, read it, it’ll give you a feeling for the characters and the world.
Find your niche.
If your book is a horror story, and it’s about a monster that eats people, or it’s set in a rural town, it might be a good idea to pick one that is set in the countryside.
This will help you find out what the genre is and what the characters are like.
For a romance, it could be a children’s book, a fantasy, or a mystery.
Get your book published by a publisher that’s not afraid to say no.
If the publishers you’re contacting don’t want to give you money, you can still ask for a discount if you want to.
I had a publisher contact me recently who was willing to give me $20, but only if I would agree to a five-year contract for my first book.
I told him no, I wanted to write an indie novel.
And he said, well, no, you’ve got a long way to go, but it might come down to this, and I said it was up to you.
And what I meant by that was, if I wanted a five year deal, I wouldn’t have paid him for it.
So he said yes.
And this is the real key to a good contract, and a good publisher.
They will say no if they think that your book isn’t right for them, and they’ll give it to you if they like it.
But if they do want you to pay them money, then you need another piece of information, something they’ll actually give you.
Write your book, don’t be afraid to get a little creative.
I’m not saying you have to get your book ready for publication just yet.
If a publisher asks you to write it, that’s great