Submitting your book to agents is one thing. It’s a writer’s first time putting it all out there and the responses are varied.
However, when your agent submits your book to a publisher that’s a whole other level of stress. It can be exciting!Finally, it’s out there in the world. And it can be worrying…what happens to my project now?You might hear back from editors in a week or a few months. It could be good news or bad.
Here are 5 things to do while your book is on submission:
- Trust your agent. We have your best interests at heart, truly. If you don’t trust your agent then you shouldn’t have signed with them. Let us handle the submissions and worry about the business side. We will consult you on decisions. Pull together with your agent at this time because the bonding will happen.
- Vent with…
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