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INKWELL NEWSWATCH (IN)
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TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A
December, 2012

TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Is there any point to going to book festivals as a self-published author? What do you do if the editor interested in your book moves houses on you while you're still developing the book you thought she would wok on? No worries; Joan's got answers.
By Joan Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Are you in a catch-22 trying to get published, being rejected because you haven't been published yet? How do you create a formal proposal to submit to a publisher for your nonfiction book? Joan's got answers.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Selling your book as print-on-demand, getting a new ISBN, and building your portfolio of clips; these are the topics Joan conquers this month. 
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Is starting out with subsidy publishing, a good idea? What is a platform and why do I need one? Joan clears up the confusion.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Joan walks us through starting out as a freelancer and the five essential elements of the query letter.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Joan is back with answers to questions about marketing screenplays and selling copyrights. This is solid advice you don't want to miss.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
This month, Joan shares with us not writing advice but a personal loss. She is temporarily away from the IN gang.
By Joan Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Should you befriend a packager? Do you know how to become a syndicated columnist? Joan Neubauer has the answers.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Selling the work of others and collaborating or ghostwriting on a project are two scenarios that can get you on a sticky wicket. Joan sorts it out for us.
By Joan R. Neubauer


TOOL KIT
Advice/Q&A

Neubauer's Nuggets
Everyone wants an agent, but you donít have to have one, unless youíre trying to sell to one of the larger houses. Smaller houses will review unagented material.
By Joan R. Neubauer





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