How to Write a Fiction Book Proposal
Each year thousands of book proposals are rejected by agents and publishers.
The sad truth is that the reason that many of these ideas are never turned into books is that the initial query letter and synopsis were not strong enough to be worthy of further consideration.
We can help you to make sure that this does not happen to your book.
This course will show you how to create a query letter that agents will love, write a synopsis that will engage publishers, and lift your extract to a publishable standard.
- What Is A Query Letter?
- The Four Paragraph Method
- The Tag Line
- The Elevator Pitch
- Defining Your Genre
- Competitor Titles
- The Importance of Word Count
- Is Your Book Finished?
- Writing a Brief Synopsis
- Writing Your Biography
- What is a Synopsis?
- Using The Five Key Elements for a Synopsis
- Questions and Answers About Your Synopsis
- What is an Extract?
- Getting Professional Help