Caregivers have been asking me for years how to write and get stories published. I tried to answer as best as I could but it’s a bit like asking a surgeon how to operate. The answer is complex and in most cases requires years of experience.
As a nine-book author and owner of a Los Angeles-based publishing company for twenty-two years (remember, this is pre-Amazon.com, pre-Google, pre-Facebook…heck, pre-Internet as we know it!) I’ve managed to navigate the ever-changing landscape of publishing.
So, I stepped up to the challenge and wrote a series of articles to help budding authors get started.
I share a slice of that learning with you knowing the terrain continues to shift with each new offering. Who would have guessed we’d have a multi-billion dollar company based on sending and receiving 140-character messages? Beyond Twitter, who would have guessed that LinkedIn would serve a valuable niche among professionals?
Who knows what’s next!
Click on this link if you want to get your caregiver story published. Read the three articles (titles below), before you spend your hard-earned dollars and write another line of your manuscript.
- How do I write a caregiving book?
- Your Caregiving Book – Write and Get Noticed
- Book TIPS – Getting your Caregiver Book Published
An innocent question asked many times by well-intentioned caregiver-turned-writers, that demands a not-so-easy answer.
I responded to Schoenfeld and then forgot all about him. (Sorry, Chuck!)
Read what happened by clicking on the link Get your caregiver story published.