Evening Class: Book Proposal Basics

Book Proposal Basics: Finish Your Book Writing Classes

Have you finally finished the next great American novel, but have no clue how to sell it?

Despite all the talk about self-publishing, many authors are still getting decent advances, traditional publishing deals, and successfully selling subsidiary foreign, film & TV, book club, and serialization rights for their work. Self-publishing can be costly, ineffective, and may not be the best way to bring your book to market.

If you still want a traditional book deal or are a fiction writer, then this 2-hour seminar, Book Proposal Basics: A Workshop with Finish Your Book’s Gemini Adams on Wednesday, May 9th 7:30pm-9:30pm is for you, and relevant for writers at all stages of the process — including those who’ve already been published and those who have yet to type a word.

Multiple award-winning author and Book Midwife Gemini Adams will explain the essential elements of creating a powerful book proposal to present your fiction or nonfiction book to agents and publishers.

When: Wed, May 9, 7:30pm – 9:00pm

Where: The Writers Junction, Los Angeles, CA (map)

Note: Limited Seats Available

Tickets: $35 (members get a discount)

Buy your tickets HERE >> http://bookprobasics.eventbrite.com open to members & non-members

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Categories: Book Proposals, Upcoming Classes

Author:Gemini Adams

Multiple-award winning, bestselling author, artist and founder of the Finish Your Book educational program.

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