You’ve written a book. And now you want to know how to get your manuscript into the hands of a publisher and the media. Or maybe you’ve already tried the self-publishing route on Amazon, but saw little revenue in sales. You’re not alone.
The publishing industry has never been more competitive. According to R.R. Bowker, the official U.S. ISBN agency, there were more than three million books published in the United States alone last year. So what are your chances of getting a publishing contract with a traditional publisher? If you’re a first time author, it can be tough. Even for seasoned, multi-published authors, it’s not a guarantee.
Obviously, the need to effectively communicate, promote and market your own material is greater than ever before. It’s not just about writing a great book, but creating a platform so that you can have a best-selling book.
That’s where Karen Hardin and the team at Priority PR Group & Literary Agency can help! As a Christian Literary Agency, for the past 25 years we have been writing, developing, and promoting inspirational books to both Christian and general interest publishers and the media. What makes us different than some agencies is our attention to detail, our ability to help an author build their platform and help them get positioned for success.
We can also assist with all levels of the development process from how to write a book, to ghost writing, editing, designing, publicity and social media campaigns, and more. We can help you not only promote your material, but also gain recognition for your message and get it published.
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Current statistics show that over 82% of the population would like to write a book, but have no idea how to go about doing it. After all, aren't the two hardest things starting and finishing? This is where we come in.
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Note: Karen has been dedicating more of her time to recent endeavors The Light & The Remnant and Paladin Publishing instead of weekly blogging about marketing and the publishing industry. For more information, read A New Season, dated May 4, 2016. We have left these past blogs up so as to be available to all current and aspiring authors.