Publishing Child Book?
Find out how you can finally get into print.
If you’re serious about publishing a child book, then I have good news and bad news for you.
First, here’s the bad news: only about 1% of all child storybook manuscripts that hit the desks of publishers ever make it into print. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
The good news is that you can improve the odds by taking one simple step.
How Do I Approach Publishers with My Manuscript?
Getting published is really about selling. And there is a specific process, similar to any sales process, that you need to follow. Assuming you’ve finished revising and editing your story, the process goes something like this:
- Research potential publishers and create a “prospect” list (if you haven’t done so already; you could do this before even writing your story).
- Put your manuscript in the correct submission format.
- Write a query letter.
- Write a cover letter.
- Write follow-up letters.
- Acceptance or rejection.
*** “Publishing Child Story” e-Course ***
The “Publishing Child Story” e-Course describes how to find a publisher as well as how to strike a deal and work with publishers once your manuscript has been accepted.
Chapter 1: Research potential publishers and create a “prospect” list
Chapter 2: The Correct Submission Format
Chapter 3: How to Write a Query Letter
Chapter 4: Proposal and Cover Letter
Thinking about Self-Publishing?
Is self-publishing a viable option? What are the pros and cons? How much does it cost?
Find out the answers to these and other questions.
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