Publish a Memoir: Lucille Lang Day on How to Publish a Memoir





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Published on Oct 28, 2013

Want to publish a memoir? Lucille Lang Day is a writer who wanted to publish a memoir about getting married at the age of just fourteen. Day had a number of publishing credits to her name before she came to Writer's Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com). But she did not want to spend her time submitting her memoir for publication.

The many tasks that need to be completed in order to publish a memoir can eat up a lot of a writer's time. First, a writer must first find a literary agent.

With the help of Writer's Relief, Day developed a strategy to publish a number of short selections from her memoir in order to attract the attention of a literary agent—and ultimately of a publishing house.

It is not easy to publish a memoir. Often, publishing houses prefer to publish memoirs by writers who have substantial author platforms. By publishing nonfiction stories of her real life in literary journals, Day set the stage for success. Almost half of her memoir has appeared in reputable literary publications. To publish a memoir, you need a comprehensive, step-by-step plan. That's where Writer's Relief can help.

Writer's Relief is an author's submission service that helps creative writers in all genres submit their writing for publication. Our authors do not have to worry about sending out their writing for consideration to literary agents and editors; we do the work for them. If you want to publish a memoir, Writer's Relief can help you submit your memoir to literary agents. But it is also a good idea to try to publish selections from your memoir in literary journals and magazines before you begin to approach literary agencies.

If you want to publish a memoir, it's important to know how the publishing industry works, and Writer's Relief can help you reach your goal. Our submission strategists have worked with authors like Lucille Lang Day to help them submit memoirs for literary agency representation.

It can be a difficult, emotional journey when writing a memoir. But the submission process does not have to be so frustrating and fraught. If you want to publish a memoir, check out Writer's Relief.

Call Writer's Relief today! (866) 405-3003 (toll-free)



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