The Author's Toolkit: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing and Publishing Your Book

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The Author's Toolkit: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing and Publishing Your Book

The Author s Toolkit A Step by Step Guide to Writing and Publishing Your Book For everyone who has ever been told You should write a book but has no idea how to get started here is an essential no nonsense guide to every step of the writing and publishing process In The Aut

  • Title: The Author's Toolkit: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing and Publishing Your Book
  • Author: Mary Embree Allowrth Press
  • ISBN: 9781581152609
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • For everyone who has ever been told, You should write a book, but has no idea how to get started, here is an essential, no nonsense guide to every step of the writing and publishing process In The Author s Toolkit, veteran writer, editor, and book doctor Mary Embree provides readers with an all inclusive lesson on what it takes to create, develop, and promote both fictiFor everyone who has ever been told, You should write a book, but has no idea how to get started, here is an essential, no nonsense guide to every step of the writing and publishing process In The Author s Toolkit, veteran writer, editor, and book doctor Mary Embree provides readers with an all inclusive lesson on what it takes to create, develop, and promote both fiction and nonfiction books from nurturing the seeds of a book idea, to outlining the flow of the book itself, to taking the finished manuscript to possible publishers She details the fundamentals of the creative process such as how to delineate characters, organize the plot, find the hook, and avoid common writing pitfalls and provides detailed guidance on such practical business matters as registering copyrights, understanding contracts, seeking literary agents, publishing electronically, creating a professional looking manuscript, promoting and marketing the finished book, and much .Aspiring and veteran writers will also discover a wealth of real world resources, including leads for professional advice, information on writers websites and publications, listings of writers organizations, and much Handy, to the point, and organized in a straightforward step by step format, The Author s Toolkit is a resource no author should be without Details the entire process of writing a book from the basic idea to the finished manuscript Provides a wide range of resources for writers, such as publications, web sites, writers groups, and Concise, easy to follow, and filled with valuable information for both beginning and veteran writers

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    1. Sarah Boonstra on said:

      Having never actually written a book, this was a helpful introduction. This isn't a nitty gritty of book writing, but a simple overview of all the processes involved. It was very outdated and glazed over some topics that could have been covered in more detail.

    2. Stacy on said:

      This is a slight book that claims it is “a step-by-step guide to writing a book”, however if that is what you are looking for then this is not the book for you. This is a book for someone who have zero knowledge of how a book gets published. This is not a book to help you through the process of writing a book. The second chapter on Researching is full of obvious suggestions like; use the internet, libraries, encyclopedias, almanacs, magazines, dictionaries, etc. So, if you do not realize tha [...]

    3. Beth on said:

      I didn't think the process of writing a book and seeking publication could have changed that much since this was published. Maybe it hasn't--maybe this book was just never that great to begin with.It's sorely outdated and shows its age, ranging from talking about how to use a card catalog in the library for research (my childhood library did away with their card catalog around 1995-1996, four or five years before this book was published) to self-publishing digital books on floppy disks. In 2000, [...]

    4. Tabatha on said:

      Though this book may be out of date, it was an alright read and got me a little further to being able to publish my books to come. One think that irked me about this was the constant change of he/she throughout the book. It was not written well in that aspect.

    5. Kate Matson on said:

      I really enjoyed this nonfiction book. It's loaded with info on everything about how to write a book. It even talks about the query letter and publishing. This is a definite read for the future authors.

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