Day 2: Why You May Never Get Published.

I delved into publishing some moments ago and I do consider so many factors before considering any manuscript for publication.
One, I look at the sentence structure and choice of words of the author.
As a writer, you must learn how to adequately play with words.It is quite baffling sometimes when I READ A MANUSCRIPT of a  writer and realize the writer seldom make good sentence[s]. Learn the basics.
You may never be accepted by a publisher if your manuscript is not properly edited.First impression lasts longer. Try not to be one of those writers that will be rejected on the basis of  spelling error.
Beat other writers to the book. Do you even know the concept behind books?
See,  behind every book you would write is a major concept you are trying to sell. That is why you need to take the bull by the horns and approach the right quarters to get that book published before any other creator gets it. Remember this, every other writers are out there thirsty to get ideas. They get it and they are  published!

YOU CAN EASILY GET ACCEPTED AND PUBLISHED if you let people know you are writing. Blow the writing trumpet.It baffles me sometimes when I speak in a vicinity and at the end of the day realize I am in the midst of great writers.Let people know you are writing. Talk your way to a publisher today.

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Posted on January 21, 2011, in TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOPS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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