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Started by Boomvang, October 22, 2023, 07:04:28 AM
Quote from: Boomvang on October 22, 2023, 07:04:28 AMI notice that some publishers' websites instruct writers to send a complete book proposal (with sample chapters, etc.) to the appropriate subject editor right from the get-go. I would much rather have some preliminary contact with the editor, such as emailing a book description and introducing myself, to find out if they are interested enough to want a complete proposal. Should I do the latter anyway, hoping that they will respond? In my past book publishing experience, I have met editors in person and discussed my project before sending anything, but that's not possible at the moment.