Why most books get rejected, before the agent has even read a single page of the manuscript.
Four ways your query reveals you're not ready for a book deal, even if the work is bestseller quality.
The magic phrase to use if you pitch a series, and the wording that will lead to an immediate rejection.
The #1 complaint agents have about queries, and the super easy tweak to fix it right now.
One of the most damaging myths in publishing. I work with agents every day. Every one of them is on the hunt for the next, hot, debut author. (every. single. one.)
Sure, it's true you can get a book deal if your name is Kardashian. Also true, you can get a book deal if got the goods on paper. (aka, you've written a good book.)
You *can* self publish. Anyone can. (Check the gah-zillion books with no sales on Amazon.) What's important is that you know you don't *have* to self publish.
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Kathy Ver Eecke
I've built a career helping businesses around the globe market their products. I've worked with everyone from Coca-Cola and Disney Consumer Products to the solopreneur next door, and have been quoted everywhere from the Wall Street Journal to Fast Company Magazine.
Now, I spend my days helping writers, just like you, get book deals. Pitching a book is no different than pitching a product. You just need to know the secrets of how to position it for sale.
Join me and learn how to go from dreaming of the bestseller list, to saying "I got a book deal."