Questions to Ask Publishers Before Accepting an Offer

Are you an author who just received an offer to have one of your books published? If you have, congratulations! There is no prouder moment in the career of a writer than having a book published. With that said, it is important to proceed with caution. You do not want your excitement to cloud your judgment. For that reason, there are a number of important questions that you will want to have answers to before accepting an offer from a book publisher. A few of these questions are highlighted below for your convenience. Question: How will I be paid? Answer: Chances are, a publisher will outline payment for you when first accepting your book, but it is important to make …

What Are They and How to Avoid Them

Are you an author who would like to get a book published? If you are, and if you are currently an unpublished author, you may do just about anything to see your book in print. As good as it is to have goals and dreams, it is also important to have knowledge on your side. If you do not proceed with caution, you may find yourself falling victim to some common book publishing scams. Unless you decide to self-publish a book, you should never have to pay a publisher to put your book in print. In fact, it should be the other way around. Yes, most publishers will take a percentage of the money that you make, but that percentage …

Writing a Book: What You Need to Know About the Publishing Process

Have you just finished writing a book that you would like to see published? If you have, you may want to start sending your book manuscript to publishers that fit your genre. Doing so is okay, but before you accept any offers, it is important to know as much about the publishing process as possible. You do not want to end up being the writer that gets taken advantage of or paid less than they are worth because you didn’t take the time to do the research first. One important point that you will want to take into consideration, when looking to get a book published, is that many publishers have specific wants and needs. For example, one children’s book …