Non-Fiction Publications

Your story is typed on the computer and you’re wondering what comes next. Maybe you’re overwhelmed and don’t know where to start.

I was there 4 years ago.

So, I read books, went to conferences, spoke to agents and editors, listened to podcasts and learned all that I could about getting from the rough draft phase to the point of holding the book in my hand. I wanted to do this the right way. I wanted to make sure I knew and followed all the laws in publishing.

Then two of my students asked me what all was involved in getting a book published. I couldn’t really tell them about all I had learned in a short conversation. I also couldn’t really recommend a book explaining what they wanted to know. So I wrote one! This book is the result.

I wrote it to be easily understood by anyone new to publishing. So regardless of your age, 16 or 56, the information is easy to read and understand.

Find answers to these questions:

-How do I organize my editing process?
-What is a beta reader?
-Should I self-publish or publish traditionally?
-How can I find a writing group that’s right for me?
-Do I need an editor? An agent?
-I got a rejection letter. Now what?
-Do I need a website, a blog, or social media?
-I want my book in libraries, are there special requirements?
-What are royalties? Can I quit my day job now?
-And many more!

It’s a lot to learn, so in From Rough Draft to Published, I teach you the basics and get straight to the heart of what you need to know so that you can make informed decisions about what is right for you, your story, and your writing career.

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