Sharing your Passion, Ideas, and Voice with the World

Presentation by Dr. Jane Bluestein

The author of 19 books (so far!) explores various dimensions– practical, strategical, and emotional– of writing books and getting them published!

Having started as a self-published author after writing a 400+ page survival manual for the beginning teachers in her Intern program, Dr. Bluestein has since worked with nearly a dozen different publishers in a rapidly changing industry.

Topics include identifying your market, pitching your project (including writing a terrific proposal), contract issues, dealing with rejections, media and promotions, things you never imagine could go wrong, distributing your own materials, finding your voice, and options such as self-publishing and e-books. A great presentation for writers groups and learners. Emphasis on non-fiction.

© 2012, Dr. Jane Bluestein

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Also see:

Article: So You Want to Write a Book?

Random Thoughts on the Blank Page: A Bad Case of Writer’s Block

Writing About Perfectionism: Including problems with co-authorship, switching to a different publisher after nearly a year of research and writing, and creating a satisfying ending to a long and challenging journey.

Whatever Happened to 21st Century Discipline? How this best-selling title ceased to exist and the win-win solution with what I ended up doing instead.

What’s a Purchase Order: Confessions of an Accidental CEO (An article about how I started my business as an independent speaker and writer and how it has evolved over the past few decades!)

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