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Published on Aug 13, 2012
Wondering how to get your novel in the hands of literary agents? Most writers start their careers with that very same question: Where to begin? If you want to know how the process works, start by watching this great video by writer Keith Buie. Here he talks about the BEST way for getting published: Using Writer's Relief (http://www.writersrelief.com)!
The process of submitting creative writing for publication can be intimidating. Some people say that to get published you have to "know someone." And while making good connections certainly can't hurt, it's not strictly necessary. There are really just two things you need to do if you want to know how to get published.
First, write better. To get published, do your best work. Study technique, read voraciously, and take your writing seriously.
Second, make better submissions. The best piece of writing in the world isn't going to get published if the wrong editor is reading it. It's important to know where to send any given work (and where not to send it) so that you've got the best shot at getting an acceptance letter.
There's a steep learning curve for new writers who want to know how to get published. But the good news is that Writer's Relief already KNOWS how to get published, and we can help you see your work in print or online.
Since 1994, we've been helping creative writers get their poems, essays, stories, and books published. We are experts in the submission process, and our clients' publication rate is far better than the national average. Our clients experience how to get published the Writer's Relief way. While you worry about improving your writing, we worry about making your submissions. It's a win-win!
It's not enough to simply read about how to get published. A writer must get out there and do the legwork to send his or her submissions to agents and editors. That means doing a TON of research—not only about available markets for writers, but also about proofreading, formatting, etiquette, and the like. Asking about how to get published is only the beginning of what can be a long and frustrating process of learning to make submissions to literary agents, literary journals, or magazines.
But Writer's Relief removes that frustration—and we believe our assistance helps our clients, like Keith Buie, become more confident and less stressed. We know how to get published. And we would love to help you! So visit our website today.