Dallas, TX (PressExposure) December 20, 2009 -- The average new writer will spend over $5,000 from the time they conceive their idea to the time they see a published work according to the Independent Publishers Resource Network. This includes writing, editing and pre-publishing preparation. From there, the average writer, the report says, goes on to spend another $2,500 to $10,000 to bring the book to the marketplace.
âThe Christian Writers Insider Report covers everything from finding an agent, preparing a book proposal, finding marketing partners and most of all, things not to do. The new writers will immediately be bombarded by âopportunitiesâ which they should avoid. But, which are valid and which are pitfalls? Thatâs what we reveal,â says Rick Setter of Advocate USA Publishing.
Itâs a mistake which can be easily avoided by obtaining the new Christian Writers Insider Report available exclusively at http://www.christianwriters.info . The Report contains over 80 pages detailing over 100 tips to finding their path to successful publishing.
âOur guarantee,â says Setter, âIs you will hold your published book in your hand after spending less than $5.00. Now, thatâs $5.00 vs. $2,500. Itâs a big claim, but completely obtainable if the writer follows the tips in the Christian Writers Insider Report.â
The Christian Writers Insider Report can be obtained exclusively at http://www.christianwriters.info .