Thanks to Clinton Bookstore, here’s us with Pitchapalooza winner, Melissa Brand. Her pitch will follow soon.
The Book Doctors , authors of the Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published, present Pitchapalooza, on November 11, Barnes & Noble, Upper East Side. They welcome ex-CEO and Chairman of the Time-Warner Book Group, LJK Literary Management’s Larry Kirshbaum, Jen Bergstrom of Simon & Schuster, and Bob Miller, Publisher of Workman Publishing
Released five years ago as Putting Your Passion Into Print, authors Arielle Eckstut and David Henry Sterry helped writers brave the waters and move forward in their quest for publication. Updated under a new title and including timely information about the importance of social media and the larger role for the author makes The Essential […]
Book Review and Giveaway: The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published What’s better than one blog giving away a book? Two blogs giving away books! I’ve partnered up with friend and very funny fellow writer Stacey Graham (from Betwixt & Between) to review the latest must-have writing tool from Workman Publishing and help a […]
Robert Gray–Shelf-Awareness columnist, writer, and former bookseller–moderated a panel called “Getting Your Book into Print”, on which Arielle sat at the Mountains and Plains Independent Bookseller Association convention last month. Robert had so many interesting things to say about the business that we tracked him down afterwards and interviewed him. Having been at the Northshire […]
The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published: Brainstorms and Bylines In Inspiration, Reviews on October 26, 2010 at 6:30 AM Good nonfiction books give you information. Great ones give you ideas. After reading The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published by Arielle Eckstut and David Henry Sterry, I have to say it falls […]
From New West Books & Writers: http://bit.ly/9yG2on “Pitchapalooza” The most entertaining part of the MPIBA writers conference was “Pitchapalooza,” billed as the “American Idol” for books. Each conference attendee was instructed to prepare a 60-second pitch of his or her book to present to a panel for a critique. The writer with the best pitch […]