David Hazard has spent nearly 40 years in and around the publishing industry, presenting and reviewing manuscript proposals in publishing committee meetings with major companies. "Too often, good books 'miss the mark' and are not accepted - not because of the manuscript itself, but because the pitch and proposal is weak. That's a tragedy."
If you want to publish your work it's extremely important to know -from the beginning- what it takes to land a publishing contract. Who is your audience?
What does your book do for them? These and other important questions are what literary agents and publishers ask. This workshop will take you through a virtual publishing committee meeting and tell you exactly what each person voting on your book proposal or manuscript needs to see in your pitch. At the end you'll know how to write a winning pitch letter and proposal and how to make your approach to the right agents or publishing companies, so you can achieve publishing success.
The workshop presents an insider's understanding of what it takes to get "yes" votes from key players in the publishing review process.
The cost of this workshop is $70/$55 Members