Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Make the Publisher your Friend

As you work on your book, it is a great idea to contact several potential publishers. Talk with them and determine early on who you want to work with. They will be able to give you guidance and ideas to help improve your book that you can do while you are still in the editing process. This will help you produce the best book at the best price. If you wait until you are finished with your book to talk with them, it may be too time consuming or costly to make the changes to get the book the way you really want it. By making friends with the publisher, they will be a resource for you that you can call on when you have a question. It will give you one more person that will help you bring your family history to completion.

Chris Stevenson

1 comment:

  1. Great advice! As an editor and book designer who works with a lot of people creating family histories and memoirs I know that when a person selects a printer early on he has a lot easier and quicker time getting his book into print.