Write your book proposal NOW.

Do you desire to publish your nonfiction book with a traditional publisher?

Then you will need to write a book proposal.

Hire Brad.

He will guide you through the process of writing a powerful book proposal. Experience the new world of opportunities that writing and publishing a book can create for you.

Traditional publishing gets more competitive every year.

Book Proposal Coach Brad Wetzler specializes in helping nonfiction authors, especially how-to, self-help and memoir authors, develop a marketable book concept that remains authentic to your vision and voice. Brad will also guide you to write a compelling book proposal, helping you fine tune each section of the proposal, so that your query letter and book proposal rise above the hundreds of others agents and publishers get every week.

Brad can also refer you to a book proposal ghostwriter to write the book proposal for you if you prefer.

Basic Book Proposal Coaching

$ 1600


What’s Included:

6 one-on-one coaching sessions via phone plus a written critique of your finished proposal.

Expanded Book Proposal CoachingMost Popular

$ 3100


What’s Included:

12 one-on-one coaching sessions via phone plus a written critique of your finished proposal.

Post-Coaching Editing Services

$ 1500-2100


Let me edit your book proposal.

Prices vary depending on length of proposal.
$1500 for 50-60 pages
$1800 for 60-80 pages
$2100 for 100-120 pages

Session 1 and 2: The Big Idea

Get clarity on your idea and the “hook” for your book, name your personal “why” and unique POV, understand what makes a good idea stand out to publishers, and identify how to best position your idea. Outcome: A focused concept that will be the foundation for your book proposal.

Session 3: The Parts of the Proposal

In this session, we will explore the major parts of the book proposal: Intro, Markets for the Book, Competitive Review, Promotional Plan, About the Author, Book Overview, Book Outline, Chapter Summaries, Sample Chapter. I will offer expert insight into what makes a proposal “irresistible” to agents and editors. You will receive specific assignment to begin writing each section.

Session 4: Chapter Summaries

We explore in depth the Chapter Summaries section, the crucial and most difficult section to write.

Session 5: Sample Chapter

You receive instruction on writing your sample chapter, including advice on choosing the right chapter, structure, tips on writing an excellent chapter.

Session 6: Querying Agents and Next Steps

Learn about the role of agents in the book pitching process, find out how and where to find them, what to look for in an agent, and how to query them. Outcome: A short list of agents ideal for pitching your book idea to, as well as solid draft of an agent query letter.
Schedule a free 30 min consultation with me to see if this is right for you.