I know from experience that it is not easy to write a book and even harder to get published.
I also know that once you’ve achieved publication, it gets easier and easier to get published again.
This happens for two reasons:
First, you will have honed your skills and be writing up to publishable standards by the time this happens..
Second, agents and editors recognize your skill through your published credits.
So the big questions are, how can you know when you’ve arrived at a publishable level, and how do you then determine the best publishing route for your works?
A critique of your work by a knowledgeable professional in publishing will answer your questions. A good critique will tell you if your work is up to publishable standards, and will even inform you about the size of the market for your work -which will, in turn, point you to either a large publishing company, a midsize to small niche publisher, or self-publishing. This information will save you immeasurable time, expense and heartache. It will help you avoid pointless submissions and the pain and discouragement of rejection letters.
We at A Cappela Publishing aim at helping you over all these hurdles - through books, CDs and classes to hone your skills; through professional critiques, and through book packaging (designing, printing and marketing of your work)----------------------------Where are you in your efforts to get published? Check out our website (www.acappela.com) and learn more about how we can help.