Publeash: Reinventing the Book Proposal Process

It’s Time to Get Published.

I get it.

Book publishing is hard work.

It’s thankless, it’s tedious, and it takes much, much longer than it should. Plus, given the state of publishing industry these days, even if you do break through and grab the attention of an agent or publisher, chances are slim that you’re ever going to earn a sizeable advance for your efforts, let alone an actual steady income.

I should know. I spent the last five years going through the process of developing, writing, and selling my own books. My first, “Screw the Valley: A Coast-to-Coast Tour of America’s New Tech Startup Culture” was published by BenBella Books in January 2015, and my second, “True Beer: Inside the Small, Neighborhood Nanobreweries That Are Chaning the World of Craft Beer” will be published in August 2016 by Skyhorse Publishing.

But it hasn’t been easy.

Getting not one but two books published by major houses, with the help of an agent, is no mean feat in today’s publishing environment, and I’ve had to learn a lot of tricks along the way. In fact, I spent as much time learning about and perfecting the publishing process as I did on writing and researching my books.

Learn the ropes

And that’s why I started Publeash.

I want to help new authors not only navigate the world of modern publishing, but also get their books published and their ideas out into the world, with minimal headaches. I want to share what I’ve learned as a published author in order to help others replicate my path.

Every month, I share the tips and tricsks I learned along the way to becoming a published author with my readership, everything from book proposal development, to marketing ideas, to working with an agent.

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Tim Sprinkle
Author and Founder, Publeash

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