Many authors believe they must write a book before they can start trying to pitch their work to agents and publishers, but if you’re writing a prescriptive nonfiction (i.e. problem-solving) book, you can save yourself a lot of time and energy by giving these industry pros what they really want: A captivating book proposal.
Our very own Ally Machate offers insightful tips on how to do just that in this guest post for Smith Publicity. She focuses on what makes a captivating book proposal and how to help agents and publishers see the potential revenue your book could generate. She even provides a FREE resource on what goes into a prescriptive nonfiction book proposal.
Head over to Smith’s Publicity Blog to read the full post, and don’t forget to leave a comment if you enjoy the article!