Proposals with Pizzazz
Discover my award-winning format that will help get your proposal out of the slush pile! With step-by-step examples, you'll get and keep an editor's attention!
Discover my award-winning technique to getting your book proposal out of the slush pile and into an editor's hands. In this insightful video workshop, you'll find step-by-step examples on how to create a book proposal that will get an editor's attention…and keep it.
- How to take your current proposal to the next level
- What editors are looking for in a proposal
- What will make your proposal stand out from the competition
- Complete visual examples
- How to pitch your book idea with confidence
- Step-by-step instructions for creating One Sheets, Query Letters and Cover Letters
- and much more!
Don't waste time hoping to get through the slush pile…rise above it when you create Proposals With Pizzazz!
Christopher P. N. Maselli not only has a passion for writing, but also for teaching others how to do the same! The founder of Writing Momentum, Chris is the author of more than 50 books and children's novels, writer of hundreds of ads and direct mail campaigns, ghostwriter of many articles and books, regularly writes comics and has even written for an online video game.
With a Masters of Fine Arts in Writing from Vermont College, Chris also speaks regularly at writers' conferences and schools, encouraging others to realize their full writing potential. His teaching at Writing Momentum has helped many writers realize their dream to become successful authors.
Chris lives in Fort Worth, Texas, with his wife, author Gena Maselli, and their three very active children. In his free time, Chris enjoys collecting It's a Wonderful Life movie memorabilia, playing hide-and-seek with his kids, and “way too much" computing.
You can read about Chris' projects and where he's speaking at ChristopherPNMaselli.com.
StartSection 1: Introduction, Title Page and TOC (14:44)
StartSection 2: About the Author (5:55)
StartSection 3: Book Synopses (7:16)
StartSection 4: Market Potential (16:52)
StartSection 5: Character Synopses (10:13)
StartSection 6: Chapter-by-Chapter Outline (6:18)
StartSection 7: Sample Chapters (13:35)