I just discovered some fun software that helps to ease the process of writing book proposals and query letters.
If you are a writer who is seeking a traditional publisher for your manuscript, the software is well worth exploring.
The system takes you step-by-step through the process of writing nonfiction/fiction book proposals and query letters. At each step, the wizard offers helpful guidelines about how to write a particular section of the proposal. When you’re done, you can save your work online and print hard copies of it, too.
All of this is offered for free.
If you sign up for a monthly fee, however, you get access to a search feature that helps you find publishers who are accepting manuscripts in your topic. You also have access to each publisher’s specific submission guidelines so you know exactly how to submit your manuscript!
To try it out for yourself, go to BPWiz
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