Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Advice from a published author

by Stacey

While reading today's AOL headlines, I came across this concise summary about getting published written by Lisa Johnson Mandell, a published nonfiction author. I don't think she says anything we haven't heard before, but it still bears repeating, and she does sum it up pretty nicely for the novice author. Plus she offers some direct advice from her reputable agent, which is valuable and right on target. The title of her piece is a bit misleading since she talks at the beginning about self-publishing a book, which she's right might be easier than you'd think, but the suggestion that going the more traditional agent and publisher route is easier than you think is a bit of a stretch. It's harder than ever in many ways with the market being so competitive, and finding an agent and publisher requires a lot of things to go write (a pun, not a typo). Enjoy!


  1. "By the way, even if you're not a great writer, if your concept is good enough, a publisher will work around your lack of exceptional skills by finding someone to help you write it."

    Seriously? No, I mean, seriously? Does this actually happen for anyone except celebrities?

    The next post on that blog is "Write Your Way to Financial Freedom."

    I call shenanigans.

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