Writer’s Digest Magazine October 2014 Online Exclusives

Writer’s Digest Magazine October 2014 Online Exclusives

Correction: October 2014 Issue, “Find Your Agent Match”

In the annual agent roundup (October 2014 issue), John Willig of Literary Services Inc. was incorrectly listed as accepting a variety of fiction. Willig specializes in nonfiction. His full and accurate listing is as below. John Willig Literary Services, Inc. literaryservicesinc.com @JohnWillig He is seeking: He works primarily in nonfiction (narrative and prescriptive): business,...

WD Online Exclusive: Book Proposal Basics

The October 2014 Writer’s Digest lets you in on “The Secret to a Stronger Nonfiction Book Proposal”—but if you need a refresher on how to put the whole proposal together, we’ve got that covered, too, on The Writer’s Dig blog with 8 Essential Elements of a Nonfiction Book Proposal.  You might also like:No Related Posts

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