Foundations of Publishing

What You Need BEFORE You Can Become a Published Author

A live training by Joe Bunting

Date: TDB

Length: 90 minutes

Location: Online

Most writers dream of getting published. However, very few know what you have to do BEFORE you can get published. Because writing a great book is just the first step. What comes next?

That's what this live training is for: to give you a broad overview of all the steps you need to take if you want to get published—like building an audience and setting up a simple author website—but we'll also get into the nitty-gritty, like how to write an attention-grabbing book proposal and how to network your way to agents and editors (it's not as hard as you think!).

If you're interested in getting your writing published someday but don't know where to start, this webinar is for you.

What You’ll Learn

  • Why every writer needs a platform (but why if you write fiction, it's probably not what you think)
  • How to easily build an author website
  • How to build a tribe of raving fans
  • How to write a book proposal
  • Networking: How to network with agents, editors, other authors, and other people who can help you

About the Instructor

Joe Bunting is a writer, ghostwriter, and the founder of The Write Practice. He built and its audience from scratch, and it now receives over 450,000 readers a month. He is the author of seven books, two of which were published by traditional publishers, four of which were self-published, and one of which is in currently in the editing process. He is the executive editor of Short Fiction Break literary magazine and lives in Atlanta with his wife and two sons.

What You Need to Join

This is a live training but if you are not able to join at the scheduled time, there will be a recording available.

Recomended: a computer with a working internet connection

Also acceptable: a cell phone or telephone (you can call into the training but won't see slides)

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