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How to Get Published:
Land a Book Deal in 2016
with Jane Friedman
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Session Date: Thurs. Jan. 7, 2016
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Duration: 90 minutes
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About the webinar:

If you want to get your book traditionally published in 2016-be it fiction, nonfiction, a children's book, or memoir-increase your chances by knowing how to evaluate the commercial potential of your work and learning the best way to approach editors, agents, and publishers.


This intensive and information-filled 90-minute live webinar helps you think like an industry insider who makes decisions every day on what work merits print publication. You'll get practical advice and tools to help you develop strong pitch letters and proposal materials for both fiction and nonfiction-plus back-door methods for networking with agents and editors.


Avoid frustration-don't embark on the submission process in 2016 without being fully educated about how the industry works, from an impartial point of view. You will better focus your time and energy, increase your chances of success, and learn to decipher the language of industry professionals.


What you'll learn:

The tried-and-true pitch formula that gets the attention of an editor or an agent
3 of the biggest time-wasters writers should avoid when pursuing traditional publication
How Google affects your chances of getting published (really!)
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How to tell a good agent from a not-so-good agent
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Writers with finished novel manuscripts who are starting to consider submitting to agents and editors
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Anyone who needs a primer on how the book industry works
Previously published authors who have been out of the game and need a refresher for the digital era
Instructor:

Jane Friedman is the former publisher of Writer's Digest who has spent more than 15 years in the book publishing industry, and has overseen the publication of hundreds of books during her career. She is a regular speaker at writing conferences and industry events, including Digital Book World, BookExpo America, and Frankfurt Book Fair. Her blog for writers at JaneFriedman.com has more than 100,000 visitors every month and was named one of the Top 101 Websites for Writers in 2013-14. Find out more at JaneFriedman.com.
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