Newsletter: The Surprising Component of Every Successful Book Proposal

The Secret to Getting a Publisher's Attention for Your Book
If I asked you what the key to a successful book proposal is, you might mention the novelty of the research, quality of the writing and impact on the field. However, there is one other critical component that publishers seek above all else: will your book be sellable? The secret to all successful book proposals is that they are able to clearly define and identify the target audience making it easy to market your book. 

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Publishers Spotlight: Helen Barton, Cambridge University Press
Helen Barton is a Senior Commissioning Editor at Cambridge University Press. Helen commissions monographs, course books, textbooks, reference works and Elements in Language and Linguistics. As well as her editorial responsibilities, Helen is on the Press’s Working Group for Open Access books, and advises young people looking to get into publishing.
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