From a handy introduction to how the publishing world works, and how authors fit into it, to practical tips on writing your book, strategies for editing and re-writing, Tips from a Publisher is an indispensable guide for authors.
Helping you create the perfect submission and telling you the truth about what happens once you get published, it is crammed full of common-sense advice, and some trade secrets, that no aspiring writer should be without.
'Shut up and listen to everything he has to say' - Caimh McDonnell, bestselling author of The Dublin Trilogy
'Part instruction manual, part sat nav, part friendly arm round the shoulder: this is the book every aspiring writer needs to own' - John Mitchinson, co-founder, Unbound
'A book-shaped boot camp for emerging writers... essential reading' - Judith Heneghan, director, Winchester Writers' Festival
'Scott knows the publishing industry inside-out and whenever I work with him, I know my authors are in good hands' - Charlotte Seymour, literary agent
'I wouldn't trust anyone else to give me advice, he really knows his stuff!' - Valerie Brandes, founder, Jacaranda Books'The best editor I've ever worked with' - Ray Robinson, author of The Mating Habits of Stags