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I'm new to writing fiction. I'm using a computer package (Papyrus) as a word processor and I have been using the Readability function. The readability highlights a paragraph in different colours from red (highly technical) to dark blue/purple (childlike level of reading ability).
The first thing you need to decide on is the format of the context of the strictly defined essay. Your target audience, title page parameters, and length all need to be considered in your writing. But all the concentration should come to the main idea of the essay.
This rule "No simultaneous submissions" bothers me a lot. It's present in most, if not all submission guidelines. I understand that publisher doesn't want other publishers to have the exact same novel, that is perfectly understanding and valid point. Problem is, at least in my experience, most publishers will not answer to your submission, ever. Not even a short formal letter of rejection which I would really appreciate.
I run a small walking tour company and I have an idea for a non-fiction book about the city I operate the tours in. I have it roughly planned- the themes for each chapter etc. Before I start writing, I wanted to contact agents or publishers about the idea first to ask if they are interested before I started writing. Is it acceptable to do this or would they require the completed book before considering it? Many thanks.
Hello, My name is Sarah and I wanted to get to know newbies like me and people that have just taken their first publishing steps like me... I didn't intend to do but I am doing a writing course that the assignment asked for a mock publication enquiry..So I found a publishers and it was online submission and I pressed send...GULP lol x