Jeffrey Seglin

A Philadelphia conference helps writers and publishers find their audience. Writing a good book is never easy, even for prolific authors. Just getting thoughts from brain to DOC file can take months, years, even decades. And that's just for starters. The writer has to get a publisher's acquisitions editor to take it on. Then there are rewrites, edits, indexing, photo shoots and illustrating, design and layout, and proofing. Even then, the hardest work remains to be done: finding an audience for the finished work. Without it, the author keeps a small advance as a consolation prize, but royalty checks for life? Forget

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