Several questions please…
–What about an outline for a “Do-It-Yourself” or “How To” non-fiction book? Is it necessary to send one to a publisher? It’s only 30 pages long (which includes 8 charts or lists).
–Which way to go on the above mentioned book: Self publishing, standard or e-book publishing?
–Which is easiest to “Get-er-done !”?
–Is it best to have a book like this published using a “Pen-name” or is that not done nowadays? IF it is, when do I use it, at the beginning of sending out to publishers or after I have received a contract proposal?
Thank you for the help !
MARK (not my Pen name)
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