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  1. 4 out of 5

    PollyAnna Joy

    This book by Michael Hyatt is exactly what the title says it is: WRITING A WINNING NON-FICTION BOOK PROPOSAL. Michael clearly and concisely states what creates a non-fiction book proposal that will get noticed by agents. He even clearly tells the reader how to avoid the slush pile. Of course, writing a book proposal following Michael's plan does not guarantee me--the writer/author--acceptance by said agents, but he does indicate that the qualities he explains help at least get the writer noticed This book by Michael Hyatt is exactly what the title says it is: WRITING A WINNING NON-FICTION BOOK PROPOSAL. Michael clearly and concisely states what creates a non-fiction book proposal that will get noticed by agents. He even clearly tells the reader how to avoid the slush pile. Of course, writing a book proposal following Michael's plan does not guarantee me--the writer/author--acceptance by said agents, but he does indicate that the qualities he explains help at least get the writer noticed rather than in the slush pile. I, for one, hope and pray that I am not denied access to an agent just because I haven't done my homework and I don't (can't or won't) follow the simple instructions/expectations as provided by the experts--those who either are current agents or are past agents--or even those who have successfully written, sold, and published a book! Here's hoping and praying all this homework is going to pay off.....!!!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    A brief but very useful guide to how to create a book proposal. Worth reading for anyone who is serious about publishing a nonfiction book and looking for a literary agent. It leans toward books that are prescriptive (i.e. self help, how to, etc.) in nature and are intended for the general consumer market. There is also a Christian element due largely to the nature of the example and author's background, but the advice is equally applicable to secular books. I could see this being helpful to tho A brief but very useful guide to how to create a book proposal. Worth reading for anyone who is serious about publishing a nonfiction book and looking for a literary agent. It leans toward books that are prescriptive (i.e. self help, how to, etc.) in nature and are intended for the general consumer market. There is also a Christian element due largely to the nature of the example and author's background, but the advice is equally applicable to secular books. I could see this being helpful to those interested in self-publishing as well, as it provides good general insights on how to structure a book, target audience, etc. Figuring that out before you start writing will save you a lot of time in the long run.

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    Anita

    Outline for how to write a book proposal. Straightforward and appropriate title.

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