This is a new post from Ali writer extraordinaire:
While this is a long way off, it’s never too early to keep things like this in mind. When you know what you’re going to have to do in order to make your submission eye-catching, isn’t it much easier to build the components into your work as you write, rather than possibly having to fix a major problem afterwards?

I thought you’d agree with me. It’s prudent to know what you’re getting yourself into before hand.


12 Books in 12 Months

All too often proposals for books or articles end up on the slush pile simply because authors don’t know how to put them across to editors. Commissioning editor for Pen and Sword Books, Jen Newby, reveals how to hook an editor and get your non-fiction proposal noticed.

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