Breaking Big: How to Impress Big Five Publishers – written by Kristen Lamb

Kristen Lamb writes about how to impress the BIG FIVE. Definitely worth reading! Her knowledge of the writing world and impressive blog posts and her willingness to share with us newbies is admirable. Thank you, Kristen!

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The BIG FIVE Publishers sing a siren’s song irresistible to most writers. Granted, in the New Publishing World we now have multiple publishing options, numerous paths to take us to our goal (whatever that goal may be).

Self-publishing, indie, small press, blog-to-book, and legacy press. I’ve worked hard for my slice of success, but I’m not so “evolved” I’ve eschewed all desire to earn my own spot as a Random-Penguin .

Big Five Fever

All publishing paths hold advantages and disadvantages, yet nothing can beguile us like the Simon & Schuster sparkle, hypnotize us as much as the Macmillan mystique.

Big Five Publishers are the sun that burns through our ennui, revealing a mere glimpse of the literary summit. Gives us a fever burning so hot, we forget all about those manuscripts that tried and died. Ignore the frozen, forgotten dead we’ll have to climb over on the way up.

A delirious insanity propels us toward the top, no matter how much we bleed. Big Five Publishers are the K-2 for the high-achieving (okay Type A) author.

Author does start with A. It’s a sign .

 

Read the entire blog post here:

 

http://authorkristenlamb.com/2017/11/bigfivepublishers/

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