039 – Book Proposals Tips & Tricks With Chad Allen

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Chad Allen is a writer, speaker, editor, and writing coach. A 20-year publishing professional, he has worked with such bestselling authors as Michael Hyatt and Mark Batterson.

He is the creator of Book Proposal Academy, an online course and mentoring and community hub for writers.  

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4 Responses to 039 – Book Proposals Tips & Tricks With Chad Allen

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    Andrew Budek-Schmeisser August 27, 2019 at 7:34 am #

    “The proposal will not write iself1”
    I’m tryin’, muse, I’m tryin’,
    but I’d rather fight a Tolkien elf
    or offer head to mouth of lion.
    Synopsis…what a beastly word,
    so single-spaced and dry,
    and it’s the place, or so I’ve heard
    where good writing goes to die.
    To find the comps that fit my book
    we’ll have to pray for grace,
    for who with like inspiration took
    up Amish zombies, come from space?
    And what should the bio entail,
    since I wrote the thing whilst in gaol?

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      Andrew Budek-Schmeisser August 27, 2019 at 7:35 am #

      Aargh…last word, first line, should obviously be ‘…itself!”

      KNEW I should not have had that second bottle of champagne for breakfast.

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      Chad Allen August 29, 2019 at 11:21 am #

      This is awesome, Andrew! So much fun. Thank you!

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