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Writing And Publishing A Fiction Book

By David Maslow

Your first step is to write your book or story that has 3 parts. These 3 parts are the beginning, the middle, and the ending. Once you have an idea for the book, you have to look into researching the characters and everything else that goes into the book. This is a key skill in writing that most people try to skip over. You have to be able to keep your readers interested and reading until the book is done.

Step two is going to be to get others to give you feedback. You should get at least 3 people that you respect to review your work and see what they have to say. They will help you find fragments, stories that don’t make sense, plots that can use work, and characters that need work as well. People see things that you don’t see. We are all different, and you should respect that and use it to your advantage.

Step 3 is to get your final work together. This can be called your final draft. Once you have this together, you should have all of your loose ends tied up and read to get some more feedback. You should have corrected what your peers suggested for you. Now, if you are having a block, then you should go back to the people that have helped you in the past to ask for more help.

Step 4 is to get you material ready to be published. Now is when the rubber meets the road. Now, it’s time to get your material into the hands of publishers as fast as possible. This way you can make any necessary corrections that need to be made. Ask your publishers for feedback and suggestions on how you can improve your work. You can look online for publishers that are advertising. You can also look in the books that you read to find editorial sections to contact.

Finally, you want to review what you have written one last time to make sure it is your best work. Make sure that your readers will want to read what you put out next. You are building a relationship with people through stories. Make sure these relationships are built by writing what the reader wants to read.

David Maslow has a passion for fiction book publishers, he also writes about Franklin Covey Planners too. Check out his sites at: Fiction Book Publishers and Franklin Covey Planners.

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