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by David L. Carroll

eBook How to Prepare Your Manuscript for a Publisher ePub
Author: David L. Carroll
Language: English
ISBN: 1557781311
ISBN13: 978-1557781314
Publisher: Paragon House Publishers; 1st edition (December 1988)
Pages: 111
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 375
Formats: mbr doc lrf lit
ePub file: 1442 kb
Fb2 file: 1940 kb

How to Prepare Your Manus. has been added to your Cart. A low-priced, compact writer's manual to give authors all the inside information they'll ever need to prepare manuscripts for a publisher.

How to Prepare Your Manus. A Harvard graduate, David Carroll is an Emmy Award-winning television writer and author of 25 books. Paperback: 102 pages.

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Start by marking How to Prepare Your Manuscript for a Publisher as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. A Harvard A low-priced, compact writer's manual to give authors all the inside information they'll ever need to prepare manuscripts for a publisher.

In fact, preparing your manuscript and submitting your hard work to publishers is just the first step on the long road to getting . Read on for more advice on how to format and prepare your work for individual publishers.

In fact, preparing your manuscript and submitting your hard work to publishers is just the first step on the long road to getting your work traditionally published. Each publisher's submission guidelines will vary, some will be similar, others will be wildly different.

To learn more about how to submit your manuscript, whether it is via the Internet or post office the .

To learn more about how to submit your manuscript, whether it is via the Internet or post office the following articles will provide you with what you need to be prepared to do either: Standard Policies for Online Manuscript Submissions Standard Policies for Mailing in a Manuscript Submission.

While preparing your manuscript properly does not guarantee it will be published, a properly prepared manuscript is much more likely to be accepted than one that .

While preparing your manuscript properly does not guarantee it will be published, a properly prepared manuscript is much more likely to be accepted than one that isn't. Here are the steps to follow: Steps. Know which publishers to prepare your manuscript for. You can learn this information from resources such as "Literary Marketplace," "Writer's Market" and related publications that cover your particular writing specialty. These publications list publishers by genre, who to contact and the format for submissions. 4. Obtain writer's guidelines.

David L. Carroll, Sheree Bykofsky. The author of How to Prepare Your Manuscript for a Publisher now presents more essential advice for fiction and nonfiction writers.

Step 3. Prepare your submission materials. You have nothing to fear in submitting your query or manuscript to an agent or publisher. Every agent and publisher has unique requirements for submitting materials. If you receive no requests for the manuscript or book proposal, then there might be something wrong with your query. Here is how to improve your query letter. Just being blunt here.

David Kudler is a Contributing Writer for TheBookDesigner. You can learn more about David here. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, David Kudler explains how to clean your manuscript for e-book formatting, and Emma Barnes discusses the idea of a publisher’s technical debt. If you want some help, Jane Reply. Manuscript to Ebook: A Cleaning Guide by David. says: September 14, 2015 at 12:57 pm.

A low-priced, compact writer's manual to give authors all the inside information they'll ever need to prepare manuscripts for a publisher. Included are sections on permissions, fees, and credits; learning copyright, fair use, and libel laws; preparing illustrations and artwork; correcting the completed manuscript; guidelines for using a word processor; and more. A Harvard graduate, David Carroll is an Emmy Award-winning television writer and author of 25 books.
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