Publication Guaranteed (Well, Almost!) book review

Hi peeps,

I hope that your all doing well.

Last week’s blog post I had the wonderful, Esther Chilton, here talking about her new book. Today I’ve written a review about the book, Publication Guaranteed (Well, Almost!).

As a published author, I found this book full of useful information and I was inspired again to write some reader’s letters and fillers and send them out to publications. One thing about writing is that it’s time-consuming, and publication isn’t guaranteed and often you think that you’ve wasted your time and efforts when your work isn’t published. This is why some writers give up because becoming a published writer certainly isn’t easy!

The book gives you ideas and strategies to implement so you can have the best chance to get something published and see your name in print. It’s full of handy hints, tips, ideas you can use to put you above the rest of the competition. It explains how to start small with a letter, then move onto larger writing projects: such as, fillers, articles, and writing for competitions.

I found it a great read and I enjoyed how Esther gives real life examples of what happened to her so we can know we are not alone in our struggles. It’s easy to read and full of practical help.

5/5 stars.

Thanks for reading,

Feel free to share,

Sarah.

https://esthernewtonblog.wordpress.com/

Amazon UK

Amazon US

3 thoughts on “Publication Guaranteed (Well, Almost!) book review

  1. Pingback: Guest Blog Post and A Review! | estherchiltonblog

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