Is the Draft to Publish for your next book in your reach? Are you a Newbie Author or an Author who is putting his or her writing toe in another genre? Then the Draft to Dream Book Publishing Competition is exactly what and where you should be this week!
It could be … but only if you enter the Draft to Dream Book Publishing Competition that AuthorU and two dozen other amazing and downright awesome sponsors have stepped to the plate to create and deliver to you. The FOUR … that’s right FOUR … Grand prizes total $10,000 in value. Basically, you get your book with editing, production for print and “e”, distribution and so much more.
There are four categories: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Juvenile/YA and Children s.
All the details are on the AuthorU website. All we need is FIVE (5) copies of your manuscript in our Colorado offices this week. We are going to extend delivery of them until January 30th … you just need to register—that gives you two more weeks to polish it up a bit and get it in.
We want it in a Word document. Rubber-banded, bond or in separate folders. They will be sent out to a group of librarians who are waiting for them … looking forward to them, in fact. These same librarians are the types who will shout out what’s coming and be buyers and recommenders of your book when it’s available. How incredibly cool is that?
GO … GO … GO and get register and get it in … you can’t afford to miss out on this opportunity.
Details here: http://ow.ly/Co6DM
Author U is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to the author who wants to be seriously successful. Monthly education programs delivered face-to-face and online, The Author Resource ezine, BookCamps and the annual Author U Extravaganza are tools designed for authors pre, during and post publishing of their books. Join AuthorU.org today.
If you are looking for FREE author and book coaching … call in to Judith’s Author Monday Mornings at NOON Eastern each Monday. The number is 218-632-9854; Access Code 1239874444 … have your questions ready–there’s a full hour to ask and listen.
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