as big as the nature of the project itself, editors will have opinions that they're going to be free to share with you if they're planning on thinking of the project. If you desperately want to write about The Rolling Stones drug habits in the summer of 1966, it might be a hard sell to Norton. Comparable books: Instead of a competition section, youll want to include four to five novels that you see as similar to yours in some way. So what do you submit to presses? Bubblecow for more informationalbeit UK-focused on book proposals)! Why are you a perfect person to write this particular book? This is where you have to explain the story, start to finish. Start by looking at publishing houses and academic presses that have issued books on similar topics. How can you otherwise help the publishers publicity department and marketing department to formulate a media strategy and get the word out about the book when it is published?
Alternatively, you might check out presses that you particularly like, that you're very familiar with, and that you think might be interested by your aesthetics and your project, even if it's not something they've necessarily published before. About the author: Half page to a full page on yourself. (Words, not pages.) How long after the signing of a contract will it take you to complete the book? You will also list here the research leave time that you have gained/expect to gain to complete the book (particularly important if you are on the tenure track). Presses can take several months to respond to the deluge of proposals and projects they have to sift through, though some won't even consider projects that are being simultaneously submitted elsewhere.
A book proposal is a simple proposal format that is used to sell nonfiction books to publishers.
It shows why your book is a saleable and marketable.
The book proposal act as a business plan that convinced the publisher to make an investment in your book.
In a novel, the entire book is written.