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Product Details

  • Paperback: 152 pages
  • Publisher: Virtual Bookworm.Com Pub Inc (July 20 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1589392248
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589392243
  • Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 1.1 x 22.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 204 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,252,629 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Misti Jackson is the author of Help From Above and three poems which have appeared in anthologies. In addition to Ms. Jackson's writing, she also enjoys helping other writer's, which is what inspired her to write this reference book for writers.

Misti is the founder and manager of The Writers Dorm, a community for Writer's, Publisher's, Editor's, Agent's, or anyone associated with writing.Misti welcomes e-mails from her fans and fellow writers at mrj75@shawneelink.net.

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By sam on Aug. 22 2002
What is beneficial to you as a writer, what do you need to make your career in the writing world possible? A guide to bring you a step closer to reaching your dreams.
If you are starting out as a new writer, whether you want to get into or do write poetry, e-books, articles, even audio books, or have been writing for awhile and want a little help getting published and recognized. This practical guide is for you.
Concise explanations of definitions, detailed examples of the different types of publishers, book reviewers, editors, literary agents, etc. Followed by names of companies and a brief description of what formats they want and the genres they are interested in. It also includes links to their websites, e-mail addresses and who to contact, what they offer and prices to get you started on the road to a successful writing career.
A lot of research and patience has gone into this book; well arranged and methodical, easy to read and written in plain English. Although many of the website links provided were unfortunately not connecting, do not exist or the domain name had expired. It would be hard to keep a guide like this updated as so many websites do not always survive, but otherwise it has very useful information.
For those of us who do not know or understand the writing world language and where to start, this book is a great first step on your road to becoming a successful writer. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is trying to start a career in the writing world.
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As an author as well as freelancer, this reader of Ms. Jackson's book has provided invaluable information on the how-to's and wheres to gain access to almost any question a writer could ask. Organized in easy to read, well organized and informative sections and topics, Ms. Jackson offers her experience and know how to both novice and veteran writers. An added bonus is her easy, friendly manner in approaching her topics, and the friendly way in which she offers advice. I felt like I was getting advice from an old friend.
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'On The Net; Resource Guide for Writers' is a winner Sept. 18 2002
By Author/Reviewer Denise Clark - Published on Amazon.com
As an author as well as freelancer, this reader of Ms. Jackson's book has provided invaluable information on the how-to's and wheres to gain access to almost any question a writer could ask. Organized in easy to read, well organized and informative sections and topics, Ms. Jackson offers her experience and know how to both novice and veteran writers. An added bonus is her easy, friendly manner in approaching her topics, and the friendly way in which she offers advice. I felt like I was getting advice from an old friend.
A must grab for all writers Aug. 22 2002
By sam - Published on Amazon.com
What is beneficial to you as a writer, what do you need to make your career in the writing world possible? A guide to bring you a step closer to reaching your dreams.
If you are starting out as a new writer, whether you want to get into or do write poetry, e-books, articles, even audio books, or have been writing for awhile and want a little help getting published and recognized. This practical guide is for you.
Concise explanations of definitions, detailed examples of the different types of publishers, book reviewers, editors, literary agents, etc. Followed by names of companies and a brief description of what formats they want and the genres they are interested in. It also includes links to their websites, e-mail addresses and who to contact, what they offer and prices to get you started on the road to a successful writing career.
A lot of research and patience has gone into this book; well arranged and methodical, easy to read and written in plain English. Although many of the website links provided were unfortunately not connecting, do not exist or the domain name had expired. It would be hard to keep a guide like this updated as so many websites do not always survive, but otherwise it has very useful information.
For those of us who do not know or understand the writing world language and where to start, this book is a great first step on your road to becoming a successful writer. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is trying to start a career in the writing world.


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