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What does it take to become an ELT author these days? Why would you even want to? What’s it actually like to write a book? What types of product are publishers looking for? How do you choose a publisher and sell your idea to them? How do you write a proposal? How do you know who to send it to? Will they even read it? Do you need an agent – someone to help you get published? What does an agent actually do? What can you do to improve your chances? How should you promote yourself? Can your blog or Twitter account help? Or is it better to just forget all of this and self-publish? These are just some of the questions I’ll attempt to answer in this session, which is aimed at anyone who’s interested in how this whole publishing thing works.
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