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Right Writing News, August 23, 2005, Issue #Special
August 23, 2005
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Annie Jennings PR Sponsors Free Tele-SeminarAcquisitions Editor Tells All!
Discover The Secrets To Getting Published With Acquisitions Editor Terry Whalin, author of "Book Proposals That Sell: 21 Secrets To Speed Your Success!"
Wednesday, August 24th
(10:00 AM PT, 11:00 AM MT, 12N CT)
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All who sign up are offered a complimentary Annie Jennings PR publicity CD:
How To Create A Media Friendly Book Packed With Segment Ideas & BUZZ
Teleseminar: Did you know that over 80% of all nonfiction titles sold are sold from a book proposal? A book proposal is essential to getting your book published yet, many authors have questions about how to create a book proposal that actually sells the book!
What Do Acquisitions Editors Want? Terry Whalin Reveals EVERYTHING!
You get NOT one secret or two, or seven secrets or ten . . . you get it all! 21 power-packed points of professional advice (called secrets) that can only come from and industry insider. Terry Whalin, buy books for a publishing house and knows about the proposals that sell! Terry shares winning secrets of an industry insider including how to:
** Cast a vision for your book
** Create a dynamic marketing plan
** Write a spellbinding sample chapter
** Get high profile endorsements
** Get more proposals out the door
** Avoid the mistakes that get you tossed OUT of the IN pile
** How to get the acquisitions editor's attention and lots more!
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All who sign up are offered a complimentary publicity CD: How To Create A Media Friendly Book Packed With Segment Ideas & BUZZ!
About Terry Whalin: W. Terry Whalin knows and understands both sides of the editorial desk--as an editor and a writer. He is the Fiction Acquisitions Editor at Howard Publishing Company based in West Monroe, Louisiana. He worked as a magazine editor for Decision and In Other Words magazines. His magazine articles have appeared in more than 50 Christian and general market publications plus he's written more than 60 books. A journalism graduate from Indiana University, Terry writes a wide spectrum of subjects and topics for the magazine and book marketplace--from children to teen to adult.
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By W. Terry WhalinDuring the last week, my blog about the Writing Life has been redesigned. I'm adding new entries several times a week and at times daily. I recommend you make a regular habit of reading The Writing Life. One of the best ways to regularly read the information is to set up a free Yahoo account and add The Writing Life to the content of your news page. Just use the button below:
Seven Ways To Get Book Proposals That SellThe new trade paperback book (with the retail price of $14) is available in many different places. As Senior Editor at Multnomah Publishers Larry Libby says, "In the often bewildering world of book publishing, aspiring authors need more than desire, creative skill, and something worthwhile to say. They also need a road map. My friend Terry Whalin offers a map even Rand-McNally couldn’t top. If you have any inclination toward getting a book published, you’ll do well by studying this book first."
1. Order an autographed copy directly from the author at: http://www.bookproposals.ws
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