Have you written the next great American novel or reference book? Want tips on how you can get published? Join us on Wednesday, October 17th at 9am for our next installment of Business Bites.
Whether you want to write books for children or young adults, your success depends on more than just your creativity and writing style. You also need to understand the business side of book publishing. That means knowing what category you’ve written, like a chapter book or middle grade, and your targeted reader and general themes. It also means finding the agents and publishers that accept each one and how to approach them.
Liza N. Burby, the author of 37 nonfiction books for children and the second edition of How to Publish Your Children’s Book, will cover various aspects of the industry so would-be and ongoing writers can learn how to target the right publisher to win a book contract. There will be time for a question-and-answer segment.
Liza, an award-winning journalist, is also the author of three nonfiction books for adults so can address that industry as well as similar concepts apply for the ever-changing nonfiction book market.
This program is free and open to the public. To register, click here.