Image by chiplanay from Pixabay If you’re a non-fiction author who wants to take the commercial publishing route, at some point you’ll need a literary agent. But how do you find the right one, how do you convince them to work with you, and what should you expect from...
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Eric Eichinger talks about how his biography of Eric Liddell was written, and his quest for a movie deal in Hollywood.
For many authors, writing a non-fiction book is a frantic short-term experience. But sometimes books move forward at a slower pace. They are side projects of the persistent kind. Like The Glass of Wine by James and Penelope Shackelford.
in this interview, Sarah Krieger talks about her experience of co-authoring Weight Loss Surgery Cookbook for Dummies.