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"The sooner you write an entire great book, the easier it will be to entice an agent and editor into publishing it."
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This guest post is by Susan Shapiro. Shapiro is a Manhattan award-winning writing teacher, author of eight books, and most recently coauthor of The Bosnia List. PS-Check out our special Daily Deal below (this week only)!

After 22 years of struggling to build a writing career, six months of rejections on the road to landing literary representation, and then another six months until that agent found a fantastic editor to take me on, I still had to wait 18 months for my debut book to come out. I was told this was fast. For a wildly impatient and broke 42-year-old journalist used to quickly seeing print in daily newspapers and webzines, that seemed like a lifetime. Since then, over the course of publishing nine books with some of the top houses in the country-and helping 80 of my writing students get book deals during the last decade-I've learned that, fortunately, there are ways to speed up the process while improving both your prose and your chances.

1. FINISH MORE PAGES FIRST.
Many aspiring authors think that while you must write an entire novel to sell it, you need complete only a short proposal to land a nonfiction deal. While that's sometimes true, it's also true that many agents and publishers ...   Read more... 



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