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Marycv wrote:I wrote a book about myself having a learning disability, and would like to submit it to a publisher. I don't have much writing experience other than my weekly blog, few articles published at a local newspaper, and have my own website. Do you think it would be a good idea to hold off sending the manuscript to the publisher, and self-publish an ebook first. It was suggested to do this in order to show my writing experience, and I would have a better chance of being accepted. Do you think this is a good idea? Or do you think I should go ahead and submit my manuscript it to the publisher? I am just worried he/she would say I don't have enough writing experience. What do you suggest?
I realize going through an agent/publisher is the best route. I have a publisher in mind who to approach, and gathered all the information I need.
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