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by Patricia L. Fry

A Writer's Guide to Magazine Articles for Book Promotion and Profit download ebook
ISBN:
0961264268
ISBN13:
978-0961264260
Author:
Patricia L. Fry
Publisher:
Matilija Pr (August 18, 2000)
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Pages:
66 pages
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1730 kb
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1932 kb
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Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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4.1

Patricia L. Fry’s most popular book is Over 75 Good Ideas For Promoting Your Book.

Patricia Fry began writing articles for magazines in 1973 and that's how . Book Promotion–No Easy Task

Patricia Fry began writing articles for magazines in 1973 and that's how she earned her living for decades. Her first book was accepted by a New York publisher in 1978. Every two or three months since, Patricia has produced a new book in the series. Book Promotion–No Easy Task. If you’ve been to a writers conference or club meeting, if you’ve read any books or newsletters on the topic of publishing, even if you’ve only spoken to an author or two while on your writing/publishing journey, you’ve heard the term book promotion.

by Patricia Fry Many people doubt that anyone can make money as a writer. This belief is especia lly wide-spread among the fiction-writing community. The truth is that there is money to be made as a writer no matter the genre you choose. She is the author of 25 books including A Writer's Guide to Magazine Articles for Book Promotion and Profit and The Right Way to Write, Publish and Sell Your Book (Ma tilija Press).

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This book features a rich collection of tools and tips for the writer who wants more success submitting articles to. .Patricia Fry is a full-time freelance writer.

This book features a rich collection of tools and tips for the writer who wants more success submitting articles to magazines and the author who has a book to market.

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Stephen Fry is an English actor, comedian, author and television presenter. With Hugh Laurie, as the comedy double act Fry and Laurie, he co-wrote and co-starred in A Bit of Fry and Laurie, and the duo also played the title roles in Jeeves and Wooster. Fry played the lead in the film Wilde, was Melchett in the Blackadder television series and was the host of celebrity comedy trivia show, QI. He has contributed columns and articles for newspapers and magazines, and has written four novels and three autobiographies, Moab Is My Washpot, The Fry Chronicles, and More Fool Me: A Memoir.

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This book features a rich collection of tools and tips for the writer who wants more success submitting articles to magazines and the author who has a book to market. Patricia Fry is a full-time freelance writer. She has contributed hundreds of articles to 125 different magazines during her 27-year career, including Writer's Digest, Canadian Author and Bookman, Entrepreneur, Woman's Own, Kiwanis Magazine, Cats, The Artist's Magazine, Pages, Catholic Digest, Teaching Tolerance and many, many others. She also has 10 books to her credit and has sold thousands of copies of her books through magazines articles.

Read this book and find out how to come up with good article ideas, discipline yourself to write, find the right markets, write a good query letter, work successfully7 with editors, understand contracts, locate experts for your articles and much, much more.

Reviews:
  • Sironynyr
A Writer's Guide to Magazine Articles for Book Promotion and Profit by Patricia L. Fry is a must have for any writer wanting to learn how to use their magazine articles to promote their books. Patricia doesn't offer a lot of filler information - only the most useful tips and tools to help you succeed at your writing business. Her 30 plus years in the business have provided her with the knowledge of what works and what doesn't and she shares this valuable information in an easy-to-use format. You will refer back to this reference gem over and over again...
  • Billy Granson
A Writer's Guide to Magazine Articles for Book Promotion and Profit is filled with practical easy to understand information for writers interested in writing for magazines. Sprinkled throughout the pages are wonderfully helpful tips. The book also includes a bonus section on how to submit press releases and book reviews.
Fry's book includes how to come up with ideas, how to write a query letter, finding the right market, how to recycle articles and more. If you are interested in getting more out of your freelancing pick up a copy today.
Carmen Leal, author of WriterSpeaker.com
  • Gnng
In A WRITER'S GUIDE TO MAGAZINE ARTICLES FOR BOOK PROMOTION AND PROFIT, Patricia Fry provides a candid, insightful resource that any writer targeting magazine writing will find useful. With clarity and knowledge gleaned from over 27 years in the article-writing field, Fry teaches the skills necessary to become a success.
As the Senior Editor for WordWeaving, I receive many excellent writing related resources for review. Yet I found Fry's tool different from other resources for several reasons.
First, although most writers seem aware that reviews are important to publicize their books, A WRITER'S GUIDE TO MAGAZINE ARTICLES FOR BOOK PROMOTION AND PROFIT is the first resource I have seen that directly discusses the advantages of requesting book reviews and what to include in a review request.
Second, I like her tip sections. For example, in the section regarding book reviews, Fry includes the following tip: "Start by building your portfolio of reviews locally. The hometown newspaper is generally eager for news of local authors." Not only is this not a tip I have seen repeated in every book I read about writing, but it also is something that applies to both epublishing and traditional paper publishing.
Finally, Fry also addresses many other extremely relevant topics with a brief, no-nonsense approach that will have writers motivated to begin before turning the last page. And she cautions against many of the same mistakes I see crossing my desk such as not including a social security number.
WordWeaving always looks for fresh articles for publication and is pleased to give authors space to mention their books, yet I see very few authors that take advantage of this unique vehicle for promotion. Therefore, I strongly encourage any author in the epublishing or traditional publishing business to read Fry's A WRITER'S GUIDE TO MAGAZINE ARTICLES FOR BOOK PROMOTION AND PROFIT.
  • Boraston
Magazine articles are a great way to get started toward your book. By writing these shorter pieces, you will advance your writing style, bank a reservoir of material and develop a readership or following. My first book took eight years (The Parachute Manual, 590 pages, 8.5 x 11, 2,000 illustrations) off and on (mostly off) as I wrote a column for Parachutist magazine. The articles were poured into the book's manuscript.
This book covers the writing life, how to research and write the article, the business of writing and the most important part: how to sell your article. There is no need to buy a larger book at a higher price when Patricia Fry delivers more for less. [email protected] D-454.
  • Welahza
Patricia Fry's book on writing is quite simply one of the most practical books on the subject I've ever read. What makes it so unique is that Ms. Fry packs into 66 pages what many books on the subject fail to shed light on in several times as many pages! Ms. Fry gives hands-on, approachable advice on a number of pertinent matters that freelance and wannabe freelance writers take to heart: finding article ideas, self-promotion, selling rights, and handling rejection. Clearly the tips she shares with readers have worked for her, as she has made her living as a freelance writer for years.