The time has come to update your copies of Writer’s Market and Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition. This will be my 16th edition with the series, and I’m confident this version is both the latest and the greatest yet.
Writer’s Market 2016
Let’s start off by looking at the updated Writer’s Market 2016, which includes the updated submission information for consumer magazines, trade journals, book publishers, literary agents, and contests that writers have come to expect along with articles on the business and promotion of writing.
This year’s edition of the book includes new articles on the secrets of six-figure freelancers, building relationships in the publishing business, creating a productive home office, and more. In addition, it returns the much-requested book publishers subject index.
Plus, there is special access to an OnDemand webinar I recorded especially for the Writer’s Market and Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition books titled “How to Build an Audience and Business With Your Writing.”
All put together, the Writer’s Market 2016 is the best edition of the book yet!
Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition 2016
So you may be wondering, “If the Writer’s Market 2016 is so great, what does the Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition 2016 have to offer?” It’s a great question, and I have a great answer.
OK, with the exception of the cover, the Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition is exactly the same as the print version of Writer’s Market. It has all the same updated listings, useful articles, and even access to the webinar.
The difference is that the Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition 2016 includes an activation code for a one-year subscription to the WritersMarket.com website, which lists more listings than the print books can hold and updates information on a near daily basis throughout the year.
In essence, the Writer’s Market Deluxe Edition combines the best of print and web into one super-powered tool to help writers get their writing (regardless of genre or skill level) published!
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