Books published by New York publishing houses tend to garner a higher degree of respect than those published outside of the Big Apple. Authors with New York books often find it easier to get media attention than those using other methods, such as small presses or print-on-demand publishers. But first-time authors may find it nearly impossible to get the attention of the big houses, even when their message saves lives.
Unfortunately, the road from completed book manuscript to publication through traditional channels is a long one with numerous challenges. A first-time author must first create a formal book proposal which will take weeks of work. Next, the writer goes through the process of submitting it to publishers and/or agents.
According to David Hancock, CEO of Morgan James Publishing, it takes the average person 100 formal book proposal submissions only to get a publisher to say ‘no’. Many submissions go unanswered, and many publishers disallow simultaneous submissions, increasing the time it takes for a book to get into print. An author with a life-saving message cannot wait years for the book to find its way into print, but there is another option that gives authors instant access to a New York Publisher…
Sandra Bailey, author of Real Dogs Don’t Eat Kibble, first book in the Naturally Healthy Dog Series, has a passion for dogs. Her book teaches dog guardians exactly how to prepare healthy meals for their canine companions using the raw diet. The recent pet food recalls have brought added urgency to Bailey’s message.
Bailey invested in a complete authoring and business development system with guaranteed acceptance by a book-in-bookstores New York Publisher. Entrepreneurial publishing offers the advantages of a New York Publisher without the drawbacks. The Entrepreneurial Authoring Program and individual mentoring taught her how to create the world’s best lead generator for her business—a book.
Glenn Dietzel’s Entrepreneurial Authoring Program and individual business mentoring teach clients how to create a book that is an entrepreneurially sound lead generator for a well-structured business. A book that is entrepreneurially sound naturally leads readers to interact with the author and continue to do business again and again. The book is specifically designed as an invitation to take part in the author’s other services. Bailey’s book generates leads for her health spa for small dogs and other products and services.