See how easily you can learn the secrets of getting published! Frustrated by how much there is to learn to finally see your name in print with a big publishing house? Mired in confusion about your next steps? An accomplished nonfiction freelancer and novelist with 11 traditionally published books under her author belt, Mary DeMuth understands the twists and turns of the publishing industry. She answers the question, "How can I get published?" by pulling 11 Secrets from her popular blog, Wannabepublished. Mary teaches you how to:
the book has lots if great tips and lessons, I learned a lot and will hold the advice as a wonderful tool to place and use on the belt
I am bummed it isn't at least 200 more pages. I am finished, and now more focused on my writing than ever before. This book solidified my avenue of attack. My resolve is made. <inside jokes about portions of the book.>
Of course if it were longer, I'd have more of a reason to hold off on writing. Perfect size.
If you listen to the audiobook, you will most likely need to purchase the paper version for notes. just an fyi.
Where does 11 Secrets to Getting Published rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The book was filled with encouragement and tips on how to become a published author.
What did you like best about this story?
Mary shared happenings from her personal life to illustrate her teachings.
Which scene was your favorite?
The part about how to write prose that will change lives.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, but my schedule did not allow for that. I listened over a two day period of time.
Any additional comments?
Listening to this audio book makes me want to purchase the paper copy.