Book Review: How To Write A Book Proposal

I received a free copy of Michael Larsen's book, "How To Write a Book Review" from Thomas Nelson Publishing as part of their Booksneeze program for bloggers.  I don't know if I will ever write a book, but I can dream, can't I?  Having never written one, I can't say for sure that this book will be effective, but it sure is an interesting read. It appears to have all the bases covered. This book is divided into many very small, easy to digest chapters, and I look forward to applying it, once I figure out what to write about. Sadly, that is the one bit of information this book doesn't offer. But I cannot hold that against it. 

"How to Write a Book Proposal" not only contains directions and advice for crafting a book proposal, but also guidance on the writing of the book, writing an outline, hiring a publicist, finding a niche, promoting your book, and several other items, plus four sample proposals. The Appendix, with links to dozens of helpful books, websites, and other resources, is probably worth ten times the cost of the book.

After reading this book, I am inspired to go and create something worth reading.


James, Whether you ever write a book or not, know that you're filled with wisdom. You're an insightful voice on the Internet, even when I don't see eye-to-eye.
James said…
Thanks, Larry! I'm gaining a lot, both as a blogger and as a man, by getting to know you through your writing, as well.

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