The 15-Minute Literary Agent Kit
Did you know:
That the most important part of
your submission to a literary agent is the marketing proposal?
That literary agents can decide whether to accept manuscripts
based solely on the marketing plan?
That ho-hum manuscripts with great marketing plans have a better
chance of acceptance than incredible manuscripts with no
That your publishing house is likely to do little or no marketing
of your book?
That books that aren’t marketed aggressively usually stay
on bookstore shelves for just six months—and are then
remaindered, often going out of print?
Do you feel that the quality of your literary agent proposal
isn’t up to the quality of your manuscript? That you don’t
really know what literary agents are looking for—or what
types of marketing information to include in your proposal?
Did you know that an exceptionally strong marketing
plan can make the difference between flat-out rejection and a
If you know you need to improve the quality of your marketing
plan, but haven’t been sure of where to start, try our
new 15-Minute Literary Agent Kit. You’ll get not only a
killer proposal—but you’ll also receive all the marketing
details and contact information you’ll need to launch your
book on the path to bestsellerdom.
Publishing Game author Fern Reiss has been offered six-figure
advances for several of her books. All her tips and techniques
are in this kit—so now you can benefit. Here’s how it
Sign up and pay for the kit.
Spend 15 minutes or so filling out the convenient online form.
Within minutes, we’ll email you back a 30-50 page,
professionally-formatted marketing plan, ready to pop into
an envelope and mail to a literary
This is the easiest way we could think of to offer Fern’s
expert literary agent advice with both an affordable pricetag
and a minimal time commitment. (And once you’ve purchased
it, you can play with the online kit for as long as one month,
refining and polishing your proposal. Though the truth is,
most authors find they only need about fifteen minutes to
marketing plan beyond their wildest dreams.)
Your finished marketing
plan will include details of:
Endorsements you’ll elicit for your book
Quantity sales you’ll try to generate, including
association purchases, airport bookstores, and corporate
Pre-orders you can pursue
Media coverage you’ll be able to generate
Speaking engagements that will help in book sales and visibility
Specifics of marketing to libraries
Specifics of marketing to bookstores
Additional, out-of-the-box marketing
Publicity budgets and details
And much, much more
Literary agents have called Fern Reiss’s
proposals the most comprehensive, and powerful plans they’ve
ever seen. Enjoy the benefits of her expertise and sign up now.