Happy October, Manuscript Workers. In last week’s newsletter I talked about some scenarios that scholarly authors sometimes find themselves in when they…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, It sometimes happens that a scholar is working on a book project — or maybe even a dissertation that they’re planning to revise…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, I hope your September is going as well as you could have hoped for so far. The last couple newsletters have been sort of deep…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, Today’s newsletter topic is one I receive questions about frequently. A lot of you out there are writing books that traverse…
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Happy September, Manuscript Workers. I wrote a Twitter thread a couple weeks back that went mildly viral. It was about the questions I suggest writers…
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Hi! I don’t normally send the newsletter on Mondays but this is the quickest of reminders if you were interested in any of these offers I mentioned last…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, I’m glad you’re here! If you’re new to the newsletter and missed last week’s edition about how to choose sample chapters to…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, In my post on the essential building blocks of an academic book proposal, I said “If your target publisher asks for something and…
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Hey there, Manuscript Workers! Thanks to everyone who made it to my workshop last week on how to write an outstanding book proposal for scholarly…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, I know that August is scramble time for a lot of you who are preparing for a new semester, so I’m going to keep the next few…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, I was recently asked by an editor at De Gruyter (the publisher that distributes The Book Proposal Book in Europe) to answer a few…
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Hi Manuscript Workers, Today’s newsletter will be a little bit different. I’ve asked Malini Devadas (an academic writing coach who works with clients…
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