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Nonfiction Book Proposal Bundle

Wordmelon's Nonfiction Book Proposal Bundle gives you all the secrets and strategies you need to help a publisher say YES to your book proposal...
  • "Nonfiction Book Proposals That Help Publishers Say Yes" VIDEO
  • "Cover Letters That Shine" VIDEO
  • "Cover Letters That Shine" EBOOK
  • All the Slides in the Video (PDF)
  • Nonfiction Book Proposal Template (Word Document)
  • Sample Nonfiction Book Proposal (PDF coaching doc)
  • Titling Your Book Effectively (PDF coaching doc)
  • Book Proposal Review Checklist (PDF coaching doc)
  • 3 Things Every Publisher Must See (PDF coaching doc)
  • Wordmelon (Annotated) Nonfiction Book Proposal Guide 
  • Crafting Your Premise Statement (PDF coaching doc)

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“Margot Starbuck has produced the must-see/-hear webinar on how to write a nonfiction book proposal that will hook publishers. I’ve read a dozen books on the subject—many hours, many dollars spent. This webinar tells you everything you need to know in one hour. If you are serious about publishing your book, don’t miss this!”
Heather MacLaren Johnson
"It was much easier to fill out the template using the sample proposal. That really helped and I kept referring back to it!"
Barb Raveling
"I wholeheartedly endorse this webinar, which taught me, among other things, the value of securing endorsements for my own writer’s web site. Margot provides a clear and thorough roadmap through the book proposal process, and I now feel empowered to consider the ways I can build platform based on my own personality so that the book proposal can then follow. Well done, Margot!"
Melody Weldon-Soiset
 “Margot Starbuck offers a comprehensive masterclass in crafting a successful nonfiction book proposal. Her specific tips, proven strategies, and professional templates remove the mystery of how to write and submit a strong proposal. Margot's sincere and encouraging style made me feel like I was sitting across the table from a good friend who explained the entire process from behind to end, and cheered me on the whole time.”
Patricia Alderman