You’ve decided to go the traditional route. It’s the tried and trusted way of getting your book out there. On one hand, you feel excited at the thought of submitting your manuscript. On the other, you’re so scared of rejection that you can barely bring yourself to send your first query letter.
If you’ve done your homework on this (and you should have), then you know that the process is pretty straight-forward once you’re in. You’ve done the research and you’ve filled your brain with as much knowledge on the subject as you could have.
You’re ready to take the plunge.
But before you do, let me take the time to remind you of a few things.
Limit Your Expectations:
While you feel like your odds of getting that publishing deal in the bag on the first try is basically guaranteed, you need to realise that things in life don’t…
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