Ever Wanted to Write (& Publish) a Book?
Yup, my all-time favourite writer did it again. Chris Guillebeau offers a (huge) Guide on how to get published.
Well, it’s wrong of me to place all credit on Chris. Actually, his agent, it’s Chris’ agent, David Fugate who wrote the guide.
Who is David Fugate?
David Fugate founded the LaunchBooks Literary Agency, and has personally represented over 1000 books himself as agent to around 40 publishers (Wiley, Random House, McGraw-Hill, and Perigee are some of the biggest). Books he represented include Kevin Mitnick’s Art of Deception and Art of Intrusion, two books I read after meeting Mitnick while working for HP.
As Chris tells the story, he asked his agent David Fugate to share some tips on how to get published. Instead, David poured his over-experienced heart out to make this 45,000-word book.
If you are one of those people who ever wanted to get published, this guide can save you tons of effort and money by leveraging David’s experience.
Surest Way (But Not Easiest) to Success
The easiest way is to do nothing. Kinda like I’ve been doing. I have wanted to write a book for as long as I can remember, …but haven’t started. “That’d be cool.” but I don’t start.
Chris shared this guide with me to review and I find it absolutely incredibly helpful, obviously a product of many years’ experience.
If I’m serious about getting published, there’s no excuse except my own fear of failing. And with this guide, I don’t believe anyone can fail.
Check it out here: