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Are you a writer? Has you
work been rejected over and over again? If so, then you need to read
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is an award-winning marketing copywriter, and chief literary agent at
Nappaland Literary Agency. He's also an accomplished author with more
than a million copies of his books in print. Nappa is an expert of
the rejection letter. What's great about this project is that he not
only gives you the reason for the rejection he gives advice on how to
avoid that particular rejection moving forward.
Reason #46, there's too much competition for your book. Does this sound familiar to you? Think about all of he books that have been published and are being published, this includes self-published authors too. There are well over a million. So how do you, the writer, avoid rejection? Nappa advises readers to keep current on what's being published, avoid over published themes, make the competition irrelevant by becoming a pro at differentiating your book. Does this make sense/ Of course it does. Want more advice on how to avoid rejection? Nappa's book has 76 more reasons why authors get rejected and he also has all of the answers to avoid rejection.
Reason #58, you self-published yourself into oblivion. Is this you? You have friends and relatives that have purchased your book and that's it. You didn't market it or have it reviewed by someone who can help get the word out. What else do you need to know? According to Nappa, don't self-publish as a stepping-stone toward success in traditional publishing. Self-publish for personal reasons, not for professional ones. If you've already self-published for the wrong reason, slant it as an “educational experience.” Nappa's book has 76 more reasons why authors get rejected and he also has all of the answers to avoid rejection.
If you are a writer who is tired of the rejections and you're not really getting any answers as to why Nappa has all of the answers for you. He has 77 ways for you to avoid rejection and get better at what you do. The back of the book contains a list of recommended resources, such as books about writing, websites to help you promote and magazines that will enhance your writing, these sites can further assist you on your road to publication. Learn more about Mike at www.MikeNappa.com.
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