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How to Write a Nonfiction Book Proposal

mollieglick23.jpgToo many writers have a great nonfiction book idea but don’t know how to pitch the book to an agent. A special one-day-only sale at mediabistro.com can help you write that pitch and meet an agent.

Today (October 30) only, you can get 30 percent off all multi-week courses when you sign up using promo code SAVE30 while submitting payment. You can use that discount to get book pitching ideas straight from an agent. The Nonfiction Book Proposal class is held in New York, starting November 5. This course is taught by Mollie Glick (pictured) from Foundry Literary + Media.

If your work or life schedule won’t permit classroom visits, mediabistro.com will also offer a Nonfiction Book Proposal online, starting November 18. Here’s more about Glick’s course: There is a basic formula for nonfiction book proposals and when broken down into parts, this formula can be easy to learn. By workshop’s end, you’ll be armed with a fully realized proposal that you can take to agents and start selling your book.”

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The Art of the Book Review

The Art of the Book ReviewStarting August 4, learn how to get paid to write reviews that will influence the publishing landscape! Taught by a Publishers Weekly book critic, you'll learn how to recommend a book to its audience, write reviews of varying lengths, tailor a review to a specific publication and more! You'll leave this course with two original reviews and a list of paying markets for book reviews. Register now!