How to Write a Book or Novel: An Insider’s Guide to Getting Published

Write And Publish Your Book In 2015 What does it takes to write and then have published that book you’ve been mulling over for ages? In this authoritative, 2015 edition of the guide, writer and editor, Jonathan Veale pulls no punches as he outlines the steps to take – and the things to avoid – as you plan, write and see your draft completed and published for all to read, in printed form, and or as an ebook. Although already a published author in non-fiction, when I decided to try my hand at fiction I realised some professional help would be useful. Well, this book is more than useful – it is essential and within five minutes I had discovered some invaluable tips. Jonathan holds your interest from start to finish but more importantly, he INSPIRES you! I feel certain this book has definitely increased my chances of getting published as a fiction writer by 100% – and it encouraged self- belief as well! It’s a real steal . . . – Terence Watts Whether you have a thriller in your head, an autobiography, or a guide on how to give dreadful restaurants a miss, the advice here will help you see your book through from idea to bookshop. The disreputable activities of rogue publishers and shady agents are explored so that you can identify them and avoid them altogether. If you have doubts about self-help books, here’s one that’s different. Jonathan Veale highlights, with unerring accuracy, the multiple problems bedeviling aspiring writers and preventing them getting their work into print. He deals with every aspect of creative writing, from the first vague idea right up to actual publication. Anyone feeling blocked or discouraged should benefit from his friendly, practical and upbeat advice, crammed with helpful tips. – Liz B Ebooks and New Writers – A route well worth considering Ebooks, together with the latest print-on-demand options, allow writers with their wits about them to publish books, printed and or digital, at low cost, and sell them worldwide using Amazon and similar online platforms. A chapter describes this exciting new route for aspiring writers. It is now a marketplace that no new writer should disregard. Sales of digital books are expected to take an even greater majority share in 2015 over their printed cousins. This valuable guide offers publishing and editing suggestions to help you: • get going – many people talk a good book. This shows you how to complete and publish one • have a clear understanding of your potential market • set a budget for editorial and technical support • self-edit professionally so that your prose style shines through • prepare your book so that publishers sit up and take note when you submit your work • spot vanity publishing bandits and unscrupulous agents – the people who empty your pockets • find technical support, at trade prices, if you wish to self-publish At last a book about writing that’s funny, informative and makes you realise all is possible in the writing game. Jonathan, a professional editor and writer, guides you through from the initial idea to publication: how to prepare the manuscript, synopsis and how to save money while going about it. It’s as if he’s sitting alongside with a glass of wine, sharing the experience. The hard work and perseverance needed to become successful becomes fun – the best way to learn anything. “How to Write a Book or Novel” is the perfect guide to have close by when you pick up the pen. – Laura

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