The Home of Upon The Page - Sharon Lindenburger, MA, PhD in process
YOU ARE FULL OF WONDERFUL CREATIVE IDEAS AND WISH TO BRING THEM TO FULL EXPRESSION.
Writing a book, or any other written document, can seem overwhelming sometimes. Maybe you wonder if you'll ever get to "The End." Or perhaps you worry about whether people will like your writing or whether you really have something to say. It takes a lot of vulnerability and courage to put your words upon the page. But if you take the leap and do your best to create a wise, meaningful, and lasting writing, you will never regret it!
If you have that writing idea burning inside you, chances are:
You want to see your writing get published.
You want to have a meaningful impact on your readers and/or clients.
You want to develop and increase loyal readers.
You want your writing to achieve sustainability in the current turbulent market place.
You want your writing (and your book, if you choose to write one) to be one that readers treasure, one that they will want to read over and over again.
All of this requires that you understand and know how to use what I call "capture points." A "capture point" is a subtle nuance in writing that will cause your reader to want to continue reading your writing. Capture points are part of your creative self, and when you use them, your writing will attract and keep your readers.
If any or all of the above are your desire, you need to team up with an editorial consultant of excellence. The author/editor relationship is a dynamic partnership dedicated to creating excellence in all your writing. It is a process that is absolutely crucial to the success of writing today (and indeed, it has always been important throughout all the centuries that authors have been writing.)
You won’t get the attention of top agents or publishers, or of potential new clients for your business, if your writing is not displaying an exceptionally sharp structure. I have a strong track record helping writers develop and improve their manuscripts, locating and pitching interested agents, getting publishing contracts, and developing business materials that get noticed.
I also guide potential authors through all the different publishing opportunities available today. If you have a really good writing to publish, there is always a way to get it out there into the hands of your readers.
While I cannot give you an absolute guarantee of a publishing contract, I can significantly improve your prospects for the success of your book.