A single-person team of editors, writers and writers’ assistants (usually less than 5 people) who have a vested interest in publishing a particular book.
A publishing house with an institutional knowledge of the market and its business processes.
A number of agents, lawyers, accountants, accountant firms, legal firms, accounting firms, financial institutions, media companies and others with expertise in publishing.
A person who has a vested stake in the book being published.
A small group of people who have access to the book (i.e. someone who has signed a contract, is paid and has the authority to print it).
A collection of people, usually a small group, who have direct access to a particular publisher.
A list of all the books that are in print.
The book’s title, genre and author.
The author’s name, address, telephone number and email address.
The ISBN number.
A copy of the book’s cover.
A printed copy of each book in the set.
A photocopy of each chapter of each set.
A digital copy of a signed contract between the author and the publisher.
A signed copy of any relevant press release.
A handwritten note from the publisher explaining why it published the book.
A statement from the book author explaining why they signed the contract.
A typed statement from a publisher explaining what they did and why they did it. 20.
A completed copy of an email sent to the author explaining their book’s publisher.
A written letter from the author to a book publisher explaining the reasons for their book being printed and why it’s not a good fit for the book market.
A letter from a book author to an agent explaining the author’s reasons for publishing a book.
A published copy of their book.
The title of a published book.
The number of pages.
The page count.
The weight of the books in the sets.
The amount of money that’s being paid for the publisher to print the book in any given market.
The name of the publisher and the date of the agreement.
A summary of the terms of the contract signed between the book and the author.
A description of the conditions of sale that the publisher has agreed to. 33.
A notice to the authors, publisher, agents, publishers and their agents stating what they can expect when they publish their book and how much money they will get for it. 34.
A listing of the major media outlets and websites that are interested in publishing the book, including any potential sales channels.
A table showing all the book titles that are available for sale, along with the price and number of copies that have been sold.
The list of authors who have published a book, along the title, author, ISBN, ISBN-13 number, publisher and date of publication.
A breakdown of the prices paid by publishers for each title and each publication in the series.
A full breakdown of what a publisher is charging for each book, and a table showing what the publisher is offering for each of these items.
A chart showing how much each publisher is paying for each volume of a book in its series.
A map showing where the titles in a series are published.
A synopsis of the entire series, listing all the titles, publisher’s ISBN, publisher names and the price.
A brief summary of each series and each book’s publication history.
A discussion of the reasons that the books have not been published, and why the books are not good fit with the market.
A link to the website where the book can be found.
A section about the publisher’s expectations for the market, and what the publishers are looking for from authors and publishers.
A review of the content of the website and other resources available to authors and their authors.
A short list of books that the publishers recommend for their readers.
A detailed discussion of how the publisher believes a book will be received by the market once it is published.
A sample copy of some of the reviews that the book has received.
A set of questions about the book that the author might ask a publisher.
A comparison of the average sales price for the books.
An overview of the sales volume of the publishers most popular titles.
An explanation of why the book is available to purchase.
A reference to an Amazon listing of books in each genre.
An excerpt from the title of the new book that will be available on Amazon.com. 56. A