Traditional publishing (author to literary agent, agent to publishing house, agent and author awaiting the publishing house decision) has taken an irreversible hit over the last decade. Costco Retail Store book tables (as an example), heavily discounted former front-line books of major publishing houses, tell you all you need to know.. NYC publishers' revenue from sales in retail outlets has been on the decline the past decade (a matter of record). The game today is a completely different venue from what took place in the late 1990s and into the 2000s.
If you can begin making money through your efforts without relying on pie-in-the-sky at a publishing house where you have one chance in two million of it happening, doesn't that tell you you're on the right track? The game plan that will work for you that has worked for other authors will enable you to tap into the English-speaking readership world, all 3,000,000,000 of it. This is not salesmanship on our behalf. This is reality. We will show you the step-by-step process, what has to be done and how to go about doing it.
The Aaland Agency
P. O. Box 849, Inyokern, CA 93527-0849 760-384-3910 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: The-Aaland-Agency.com
Positioning your manuscript for sale is not complicated algebra. Send us the first three chapters or the complete manuscript via email. We'll respond in a few weeks after reading your story if, in our judgment, it can win on the open market as-is.
Our Client Strategy
You win when you begin collecting money for your writing. To do this you need a strategy. The game plan that makes money for you involves worldwide marketing. Getting your book out there to the English-speaking world so that it is recognized and available is half the battle.
We provide concise, easy to understand information concerning the book industry and HOW BEST to get your work into a position where it can win. Fly on your own terms! It all starts with understanding the demographics.
Beyond "The Box"
"Beyond" means just that: You win by understanding "the game." Are you tired of "publishing house roulette" when you know what you have is as good, story-wise, as what is on the bookshelves of America? A solution awaits...