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E-class starts soon: Publish That Book: How to Write a Nonfiction Book Proposal That Sells

Let me show you through my intense, 8-week-long workshop how to get a nonfiction book proposal ready for publishers. This is your opportunity to gain a serious business advantage over other writers who will try to wing it. And even if your first book doesn’t sell, you will have the skills and the template to apply to other ideas and other projects. You may even come up with more ideas for more books as you work through this course.

And my workshop is different. I keep the classes small so you receive a lot of individual attention; class size is limited to 10 students. In addition, you will have a e-mail feedback on all assignments. Another thing I do in my workshops is to have weekly chat sessions. Yes, every Thursday night, we will meet online to ask questions, discuss the lesson plans, and talk about additional information or details that you might have missed. Chats are an important tool for learning (and camaraderie) and why shouldn’t we work together to leverage our knowledge? And to make it worth your while, you will also receive additional materials to help illustrate important points from the lesson plans or that you can use to aid you in staying abreast of what is happening in the publishing industry.

Here are the details:
Duration: E-course 8 weeks
Intermediate. Try to clear your plate of other things that may distract you and be prepared to work hard. If you want results, you will get them but this class involves work and preparation week after week.

Course Details: In this class, you can expect to learn:
• If your idea is a good one
• The essential ingredients of a book proposal
• What the format and overall look of the actual proposal should be
• How to write your proposal letters and the best markets for your book
• Why you must exploit your “intellectual capital”
• The nuts and bolts of the nonfiction book publishing industry

By the end of class, students can expect to have:
A marketable, nonfiction book proposal package ready to send out to agents, including a query letter, along with the confidence to market his/her product.

April 5, 2010

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Limited to ten students. Andrea's students get published!

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