Sometimes when you go on a journey you know the route, other times you need a map, but on both occasions you know where you want to get to. You may have decisions to make at every crossroad, and you may make a detour (or two!) but you eventually arrive at your destination. It's just the same with writing and publishing. Putting Pen to Paper takes you on that journey. It gives you the tools and techniques to help you turn your aspirations into publications, in an accessible and supportive manner. It's perfect for anyone embarking on a career in writing and publishing. Caroline Webber has a doctorate from the University of Liverpool in Eighteenth-century English literature. She has spent the past two years working in the publishing industry in Sydney. Caroline wrote qPutting Pen to Paperq after running a series of publishing seminars around NSW.qPutting Pen to Paper is a practical handbook, encouraging new writers to ask all the right questions about publication. With this book in hand, you will have a well-informed knowledge of the entire book production process as well as many tips for improving your writing - and improving your chances of being published.q Patti Miller, author of qWriting your lifeq and qWhatever the Gods do.qqPutting Pen to Paper is clear, practical and easy to understand. It's the perfect book to guide writers through the practicality of writing and publishing, and gives them the tools to start.q Nellie Flannery, Shanahan ManagementIdentify times ofthe day/week/month/year, or types of activities, that affect the way you feel. Write at times when you are feeling most productive. A diary template has been included in Part Two. mInd over mAtter Positive thinking is powerful.
|Title||:||Putting Pen to Paper|
|Publisher||:||DoctorZed Publishing - 2010-11-16|