Blogs by Brian S. Pratt
Publishers and Agents
10/18/2007 10:35:35 AM
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In search of...
I am still looking for a traditional publisher and/or an agent. If you know of one or are one, I am willing to discuss the matter. Here's what I bring to the table:
1- Books that have verifiable sales. The first book came out in Dec 2005 and has been selling ever since. 10 altogether, they bring in enough royalties to allow me to stay home with my children and write. It's my only job so that must tell you something.
2-Readers. I have many loyal readers all over the world.
They say that only a small percentage of self-published books ever sell more than 200 copies. All but my latest release has achieved that and then some.
So again, if you are a publisher/agent and are interested in discussing a lasting partnership, let me know.
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