What you must do:
1. Edit and proofread.
2. Check out what a publisher actually publishes and submission guidelines.
3. Don’t do this:
(Group email listing every email in the Association of Canadian Publishers’ directory in the “TO” box.)
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The copyright page is that page on the left-hand side where you find information about the publisher, ISBN, and the library cataloging number. This is also where publishers leave instructions to the reader, such as whether the material is shareable, disclaimers, and publisher contact information.
Before you send your book to layout, here are some [...]
How to find a publisher
Myths abound the book publishing industry and it’s difficult for the average person to figure out what is fact or fiction. Unfortunately, many find out the hard way, after they’ve already turned over the check.
The industry itself is in a current state of flux. Eight months ago, we didn’t [...]