February Publishing Tip 1

This chart isn’t the full tea sis…okay I’ve been watching too many Shane Dawson and Sister Squad YouTube vidoes.

What I meant to say in my adult voice was this: Up until the agent part this chart is a sure fire way to get you started. But an agent isn’t the only option to get a publishing deal. It’s a traditional way, but not the holy grail. Let’s just put it out there.

I got my first publishing contracts from e-publishers I queried myself with a full self-edited manuscript. There are traditional publishers and e-publishers that don’t require you to have an agent. And of course when you self-publish this whole chart isn’t for you. You’ll go about publishing differently than someone who wants to work with a publisher.

Though the chart is still helpful for someone just entering the publishing world.

#happywriting

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2 thoughts on “February Publishing Tip 1

    1. That was me at the beginning too. One thing I knew was that I had to one, get it beyond a first drat and then second, find out which publisher would be a good fit for it. Right now I’m editing slash rewriting a story and I’m sure I’ll go into a mild panick attack when I have to get it submission ready and query again. lols

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