All the Publishing Information You Ever Wanted

Many of you have been reading my blog for a while, but you might not be aware of how much information is available in my archives. Just as a refresher, I wanted to highlight some posts you might find helpful.

Have you seen my DEFINITIVE post on How To Get Published?

Do you need to know How to Find a Literary Agent?

A great title is an important aspect of attracting an agent’s or editor’s attention. Here’s how to create a perfect title for your book.

Did you know I have a list of qualified freelance editors on my website?

By the way, all those pages can be accessed by clicking on the tab at the top of the blog that says “Popular Posts.”

Do you need to know where to find tons of publishing information and discussion online? See my list of Writing & Publishing websites.

Would you like to follow more agent blogs? I have an agent blogroll.

You can find those under the “Resources for Writers” tab.

I get emails everyday asking for information that I’ve already covered somewhere on the blog, so I’m trying to help make it a little easier for you to find what you need.

Those links in the bar across the top have drop down menus with incredible resources for you!

Under the Submissions tab you’ll find:

My Submission Guidelines

What I’m Looking For

How to Write a Query Letter

How to Write a Book Proposal

Want to learn more about writing query letters? Click “Find Post by Subject” and scroll down to click on Query Letters. You may want to start with these posts:

Query Letters: Not That Complicated

Top Ten Query Mistakes

Anatomy of a Winning Query

Query Paranoia

If you’re looking for posts on a particular topic, you can use those tabs above (in the light blue band) that say “Find Post by Subject” and “Search this Blog.”

Hope that helps you navigate your way around my blog!

Is there any publishing info you need, or a discussion you’d like to have, that you can’t find on my blog?


Rachelle GardnerThis post first appeared on Rachelle Gardner’s blog. Re-posted by kind permission.

Rachelle Gardner is an agent with Books and Such Literary Agency, representing both fiction and non-fiction. She’s looking for mainstream commercial projects for both the Christian and general markets. In non-fiction and memoirs, she looks for authors with established platforms, strong marketing hooks and an understanding of how to use social media. Non-fiction authors must have a book proposal and three sample chapters to be considered. She’s also seeking all kinds of fiction, and authors must have a completed manuscript to be considered.

Rachelle’s blog and homepage:

Twitter: @rachellegardner


Agency website: Books & Such Literary Agency

1 thought on “All the Publishing Information You Ever Wanted

  1. Pingback: Query Letters- Part 1 | Seventeen 20

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