When you’re self-published, you call all the shots – and do all the work. But when you’re traditionally published, your book becomes a partnership. It no longer just you.
Which means you need to know how to successfully navigate your working relationship with your publisher.
For example, they will have a say in your book design, title, and even the marketing.
Learning how to navigate the process will make the experience a win/win for both the publishing house – and you.
Our mission this year is to give you the information you need to get your book out of your head and into the world. From writing habits, to collaboration, to marketing, we’ve got you covered.
In the latest Talking Shop, we’re talking about what it’s like to work with a publisher – including how to make it work for you and your book.
In this power hour, we’ll discuss:
- The role of literary agents
- Next steps after your proposal has been accepted
- Input from the publisher
- Editing with a team
- Negotiating cover art and other details
- The marketing team
- Keeping your relationships healthy
If you are working with a traditional publisher, this episode is a can’t miss. Listen in:
Listen in + learn:
Theresa and Bri
© Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2019