Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association – Publishers Marketplace

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CAPA is pleased to announce that it has signed up for a paid membership subscription with Publishers Marketplace. Here’s how it is going to benefit everyone.

Professional-strength databases of information you can’t find anywhere else at any price—the ones that pretty much every publisher, media outlet, and agent in the business relies on every day.

If you have a new title that is being launched, you can reach others in book publishing at a site that true professionals call on millions of times a month.

This would allow you to get noticed by Podcasters, radio and TV shows, etc. 

Note: you must be up to date on your paid CAPA membership …. 

Premium Features for Marketplace members

The authoritative reports of dozens of new sales every day—and a database of over 100,000 deals.

To report a deal, please email Dennis DennisSchleicher@me.com include your genre, short bio maximum length 150 characters. Authors name. Illustrator, if any. Book title. Short description, maximum length, 500 characters. 

The Description should be one phrase and should not duplicate any other information entered here. E.g.: “in which an unreliable narrator kills women who write books with girl in the title”

Or : “a prosecutor’s account of a night in 1998 when he was kidnapped.”

Or : “the sequel to AUTHOR’s FIRST TITLE”

Editor, Copy editor, etc.

We hope you enjoy the many value added services we offer as members of CAPA. 

Respectfully,

Dennis Schleicher 

President of the Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association

Best selling author of “Is He Nuts?: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ

http://www.dennisschleicher.net

Literary agent at https://talcottnotch.net 

Instagram @DenSchleicher

Published by Dennis Schleicher - Motivational Speaker - LGBT Convert LDS Church

"Is He Nuts: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ" By Dennis Schleicher Dennis' life has been anything but easy. The growing realization that he was gay coupled with his parents’ use of religion to justify abuse and neglect led Dennis to have a very complicated relationship with love, God, and organized religion. After suffering a violent hate crime, conversion therapy, and heartbreak after heartbreak, Dennis was desperate for love and acceptance—he just didn’t know where to find it. Walk a mile in Dennis’s shoes and see from his eyes how the only love that can truly make you whole is that of the Savior.

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