Book writing has been lapped up by both internet marketers and online surfers. Using this website allows one to showcase their books and allows the other to buy, read and enjoy. No wonder there are more and more people signing up each day to these types of sites and people are publishing relevant books on their websites and in many other platforms and making a passive income.
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At Modernpublish.com, You are welcome to add your books for sale and we do the book marketing part. just submit your book details and we will do the rest. We do book marketing services through social media as well. We love using Facebook marketing because, we get a very targeted audience for your books.
If you have been looking for a better way to sell your books, you’ve come to the right place.
I am often asked “Do you know of a publisher who would be interested in my book?” There’s no easy way to answer this question. You see, according to the PMA Newsletter, there are over 86,000 publishers in existence (http://parapub.com/statistics). It would be impossible to know what each one is looking for at any given time. However you do know that you’re not going to submit your manuscript or book proposal to 86,000 publishers. It would be a waste of your time and money. To improve your chances of the submission process, you have to do your homework. Here are a few tips so your research will be most effective:
Publishing Houses: Get the Facts
Can you submit your manuscript to more than one place at a time? It depends on where you’re sending it. Unfortunately, each publishing house has its own set of rules for reviewing a manuscript that will have multiple submissions. You have to find out what those rules are. You can check out the 2006 Writer’s Market, published by Writer’s Digest. It’s an excellent source for the publisher’s guidelines. So is the website, Literary Marketplace.
While reviewing these resources you should also note what kind of material the company publishes and what kinds of manuscripts and proposals they would like to see. Another way to get more specific information on this topic is to go to your local bookstore and look at books similar to yours. Note the publisher as well as the agent and editor who handled the book (they’re usually mentioned in the acknowledgments). Granted, a publisher might turn your manuscript down if they feel they’ve “been there, done that”, but on the other hand if the company has had success with the subject matter they may be scouring the landscape to find more of the same!