085: Terry Whalin – Book Proposals That Sell

by | Jan 24, 2022 | Podcast

In today’s publishing world, it is difficult to get the attention of a traditional publishing house for your book.  So, in this episode, we’re going to pull back that curtain on what a book proposal is, what needs to be included in it, and how to write one that gets attention from your ideal publisher, and ultimately gets sold.  My guest, Terry Whalin would know… he’s written more than 60 books and received two six figure advances for proposals he’s written.  

Tune in and listen to Christine and Terry discuss:

    • Why to write a book proposal… 
    • How to stand out from the crowd with your book…
    • What to include in your proposal…
    • Author pitfalls to avoid…
    • And so much more!

About Terry Whalin:

Terry Whalin, an acquisitions editor for Morgan James Publishing, has written two book proposals that received six-figure advance, and has written more than 60 books for traditional publishers.  He’s also written for 50 other publications.  He loves speaking about book proposal writing, and has taught on this topic at numerous events and writer conferences.   

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About the Author

Christine Kloser

Since 2004, Christine Kloser has trained nearly 70,000 entrepreneurs, leaders and authors to write their transformational books through her popular programs, Get Your Book Done®, the Transformational Author Experience®, Breakthrough LIVE, and the My Time to Write® mentorship program. She is well recognized as the leader of the transformational author movement, and is gifted at helping her clients feel seen, heard, valued and understood in ways that transform their lives, books and businesses. 


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