All writers need a little support. As I've worked on gathering the best expert sources for Write Nonfiction in November, and as I've networked with other writers and writing-related professionals at conferences, I've begun gathering together a list of the best resources for writers. I list them here to provide a bit of extra support for those who need it. I hope you find these resources as helpful as have I.
Please check the Write Nonfiction in November website as well for resources. There a few listed there that may not have made this list.
If the resource has an asterisk (*) after it or says "Please tell him/her I sent you," this means I have either an affiliate account with the company or some sort of referral agreement. I would, however, not send you to any company or person I do not use or trust.
How to Find an Agent or Publisher
Directory of Literary Agents
Plug and Use Proposal
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Nina's Easy Schmeasy Book Proposal Template (A word document with notations made in track changes; to use, save as a new doc, add your content, and delete track changes.)
How to Become an Expert and Build Platform
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How to Publish Your Book
Book Design Templates
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Writer's Marketplace: Authorlink
http://www.authorlink.com - A Random House Affiliate Site
Guide to Magazine Guidelines
Big Guide to Guidelines
Writers Digest Magazine
101 Writer's Sites
American Book Publishing
http://www.american-book.com/writerslinks.html (link does not work)
Get Known Now
http://www.getknownnow.com/ (link does not work)