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The Write Way: Everything You Need to Know About Publishing, Selling and Marketing Your Book by Amy Collins is a useful guide for all aspiring writers out there who want to get their book published and want to know how to go about it. Reading this book will give readers information about the publishing industry as a whole, how to think like a publisher, and the steps that are required to create a successful book. Apart from the book helping readers to think like a publisher and not like a writer, it provides readers with the tools needed to stay on top of current publishing trends and avoid costly mistakes. The author also throws light on misleading signposts, publishing 'experts' who just want writers' money, and the paths that are exhausted by overuse.
This book is a good manual for all those readers who are on the verge of publishing their work. The author handles the topic with finesse and there is a lot of information that will give readers valuable knowledge so that they can overcome the obstacles and challenges that arise while planning the route of getting their work into a book format. The author's experience is evident in the strategies and suggestions discussed. The Write Way can be used as a reference book when it comes to planning the publishing of one's work. The writing style is fluid and simple, and that makes it easy for readers to understand what Collins is trying to convey. The tips are simple and can be easily implemented, especially for readers who do not have a publisher and who are first time authors.