Get Your Book Published

Get Your Book Published, With Sharon Naylor As Your Consultant!

Bestselling wedding author Sharon Naylor loves helping wedding experts bring their books to life, and she's played a valuable role in helping some of the biggest names in the wedding industry land big-money book deals with some of the top publishing houses in the world.

From wedding coordinations to floral designers to décor artists and award-winning wedding bloggers, her clients work directly with her to:

  • Create spectacular book proposals filled with what agents and publishers really want to see in these deal-making selling tools
  • Get their book proposals in front of the top literary agents, including her own [so you may skip the loooong and frustrating process of trying to 'hook' a literary agent from the 'slush pile' numbering 10,000 submissions per month!]
  • Get her endorsement and connections to top publishers
  • Have Sharon edit or ghost-write their books entirely
  • Have Sharon guide them all the way through the tricky world of self-publishing
Sharon's clients have landed book deals and agents, and she features her clients' books on her many wedding columns, on her blog, and in her syndicated features.

You get an ultra-talented pro as your guide, you get Sharon's writing help, and she does the heavy lifting with regard to industry research on competitive books, marketing strategies, and illustrating your credits to suit what publishers want to see. Sharon charges the following, available in easy installment plans:
  • $1,500 for work on your book proposal ($500 upon signing, $500 when half-done, $500 when the proposal is complete – but Sharon keeps on working on it to implement an agent's edit requests at no extra charge)
  • $1,500 for work on your self-published book (also installment plan)
  • $1,500 for editing assistance on your book manuscript (also installment plan)
  • Have Sharon edit or ghost-write their books entirely
  • $2,000 to ghost-write your book entirely (negotiable, depending on the size and scope of your book – it may be more or less.)
Sharon doesn't release the names of her celebrity and industry book clients, since they hired her as a 'ghost-writer' and consultant known for her loyalty and discretion.

She takes on only three clients at a time, in order to provide full attention to all, and she's available by phone to talk about your book project.