The name may be spooky, but a ghostwriter doesn’t typically sit in a haunted house, tapping on a keyboard, surrounded by goblins.
Are you an aspiring author who wants to write and sell a nonfiction book to a traditional commercial publisher? If your target is a large or medium sized publisher, here’s what to do: 1) Prepare a kick-ass book proposal.
Will Jack achieve his heart’s desire? Will Jane achieve her goal? Let’s find out!
Has your application been passed over for funding, after you worked countless hours responding to an RFP or developing a grant application?
With some imagination and curiosity, you can find new angles for writing about familiar subjects.
Do you itch to share your expertise and experience in a book? Have you already begun jotting notes for the project? Before you take the next steps, consider these five questions.