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Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by JUDESY86(m): 12:59pm On Apr 02, 2009
I am happy to announce to everyone in the house that there is a thriving market for every Nigerian writers and writers-to-be to tap in and make thousands of Naira weekly-GUARANTTEE. My nane is Jude Binang; a prolific writer, proofreader, and editor with Nigerian Chronicle: a daily newspaper publisher in Cross River State. Having been a writer for over three years , i got to found out that authors are not adequately paid for their works by publishers,especially upcoming authors who need everything to stay in the game of writing.It remain a fact that publishers often have problems with authors any time the issue of royalty comes up. So, i went into the market and carried out a detailed research.In my research, i discovered a thriving market for writers. I found out what publishers want and why they want them. I found out what could turn you into a millionnaire if you are a writer of educational story books or writer to be and you have got what it takes,plus the spare time.To benefit from this,watch out for my next post in an hour from now.THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by JUDESY86(m): 2:30pm On Apr 02, 2009
And this is what i am about to tell you if you will give me your attention. Writing educational fiction story books is the secrets of earning constant income weekly.Fiction writing include the writing of short stories,novels,screenplays,television stories and stage plays. All these you are going to learn and start earning immediately because i will be sending you to my list of 108 publishers nationwide that will pay you for submitting your manuscript to them.WHY DO THESE PUBLISHERS NEED YOUR MANUSCRIPT(s) AND WHY YOU HAVE TO CHARGE THEM VERY HIGH. The truth is that presently,they is huge amount of money one can make from publishing business.Firstly,the commercialization of the educational sector has opened a big door of opportunities to investors in these sector.With thousands of registered private schools aross the country aside others undergoing registration process.(and this is beside the public schools),you will agree with me that all these schools need textbooks in all subjects including supplementary english story books.Secondly,(this one is a gold mine)publisher can make a lot of money because a good original story can be translated into different languages like german, italian etc.Believe me,these market is hot and you would not like to be left out. This is what you are about to learn that will make bou smile to the bank constantly:------How to sit down and write quality and original stories that publisher will cue to buy.-----------------------------------------------I will give you the contacts of my list of 108 publishers nationwide that will pay you for your manuscripts.---------------------I will show you how to submit a copy of your manuscript to them;tell them that you are interested only in outright sale of copyright.-------------How to prepare an acknowledgement letter(with the help of your lawyer)in other to claim ownership of copyright plus how to hand over a copy of the manuscript(S) with the acknowledgement letter to the publisher(S) and keep a copy for yourself.-------------How to bargain for payment.-----------------------------------------------------I have used these steps to submit severed manuscripts to publishers. A good original story would sell anywhere. The minimum a story could fetch you is 30,000 Naira, depending on the story and your bargaining power. You will also learn how to get to the net and surf for free stories;adopt the stories i.e persenalise or localise them to fit into our cultural background.Then submit them to publishers(using the above methods).All these i will be revealing to 150 serious Nigerian for free. You may ask WHY? You will get the answer in my next post.To benefit from these, make sure you donot leave this forum without declaring your interest and donot fail to check back for your complete guide.As for now,let me go back and rest. I will be expecting your wonderful reply.THANKS.
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by Orikinla(m): 3:10pm On Apr 02, 2009
Thank you for your information.

N.B:
Did you read your post before posting it?
Correct the bad grammar.
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by nwadinma(f): 5:47am On Apr 03, 2009
okay lets get the 411. i declare my interest.
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by shaqhead: 4:43pm On Apr 04, 2009
Hey JUdESY am game!
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by maedan(f): 8:43pm On Apr 04, 2009
Yep- i'm the third 2 declare. Just 147 more to go . . .
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by vescucci(m): 1:37pm On Apr 07, 2009
Mr. Jude. Being the cynical bastard that I am, I'm wondering how long it'll take to get to the part where we (the helpless imbeciles prone to your ego massaging) are supposed to send some money to some account. To, you know, grease the wheels

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Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by bumajj: 2:04pm On Apr 18, 2009
Hello,
It's true that you can sell your story's copyright to publishers. But there is a note of warning here:
Try and be careful with your information, Mr. poster.
Things don't work out, as easy as you're trying to make people believe.
If it's working so well for you, earning some 30k weekly, selling your stories (although I have my personal, strong doubts), why are you making such a loud noise about it? Or are you into "Information marketing"?
I should knowquite well, cos I'm an author of several children stories and books, and also own a small publishing firm. I'm into self-publishing. I'm quite familiar with the terrain. There are sound rules to follow.
Working with a newspaper house does not automatically qualify you to be a good story-teller. They are different ball games. I practised Journalism for many years, before I delved into private business.
So, my little piece of advice to everyone here is: tread gently; look before you leap

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Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by Ifez: 9:06pm On Apr 18, 2009
bumajj:

Hello,
It's true that you can sell your story's copyright to publishers. But there is a note of warning here:
Try and be careful with your information, Mr. poster.
Things don't work out, as easy as you're trying to make people believe.
If it's working so well for you, earning some 30k weekly, selling your stories (although I have my personal, strong doubts), why are you making such a loud noise about it? Or are you into "Information marketing"?
I should knowquite well, cos I'm an author of several children stories and books, and also own a small publishing firm. I'm into self-publishing. I'm quite familiar with the terrain. There are sound rules to follow.
Working with a newspaper house does not automatically qualify you to be a good story-teller. They are different ball games. I practised Journalism for many years, before I delved into private business.
So, my little piece of advice to everyone here is: tread gently; look before you leap


One word is good enough for the wise!!!!!!!
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by Nobody: 10:07pm On Apr 19, 2009
JUDESY86:

I am happy to announce to everyone in the house that there is a thriving market for every Nigerian writers and writers-to-be to tap in and make thousands of Naira weekly-GUARANTTEE. My nane is Jude Binang; a prolific writer, proofreader, and editor with Nigerian Chronicle: a daily newspaper publisher in Cross River State. Having been a writer for over three years , i got to found out that authors are not adequately paid for their works by publishers,especially upcoming authors who need everything to stay in the game of writing.It remain a fact that publishers often have problems with authors any time the issue of royalty comes up. So, i went into the market and carried out a detailed research.In my research, i discovered a thriving market for writers. I found out what publishers want and why they want them. I found out what could turn you into a millionnaire if you are a writer of educational story books or writer to be and you have got what it takes,plus the spare time.To benefit from this,watch out for my next post in an hour from now.THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

Since you are a prolific writer and "Proofreader" why don't you "Proofread" your posts before submitting them. shocked
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by dramaka(m): 11:52am On Apr 22, 2010
Obtain affordable Proofreading and Editing Services at http://www.word-edit.com
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by akara100: 11:04am On Apr 24, 2010
dramaka:

Obtain affordable Proofreading and Editing Services at http://www.word-edit.com


Is everybody here to sell something?
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by MMU(m): 12:06pm On Sep 06, 2010
please I have written a book in IGBO language for secondary schools . I want it to be published. I am a Nigerian but currently studying in Malaysia. I need some help. if you have any help for me please email me at: okaforjackson89@yahoo.com.
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by Revsola: 11:59pm On Sep 16, 2010
@JUDESY86 Big thank u for your info.Please don't mind the critics.They have nothing to offer yet they wont keep quiet.
Even if u want us to buy ur list,some of us are ready! Continue your good work!!!
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by gbemiga1(m): 9:35pm On Oct 08, 2010
I am interested. gbemiga11@yahoo.com
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by danieee(m): 10:50pm On Oct 13, 2010
me too
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by Dahi: 7:39pm On Aug 30, 2011
ol boy, we are still waiting. If the list is for sell then let us know. All this long and ? grammar does not interest the average Naija common man
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by joshua12: 1:39pm On May 03, 2013
i am interested, but have written more book on business development, how do go about it?
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by godzilla068: 1:45pm On May 16, 2013
please I have books fictional that I want to publish and every publishing house I go to wants to take advantage please help me mail me @ foxgee@rocketmail.com, francis
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by tommy200: 5:47pm On May 24, 2013
Hi,i am a poet by talent and have been writting since the past 10yrs,i write motivational poet which are very emotional,pls how can i get explored either by publishing it or making music.help me out if interested i can send u some to read...pls publishers and music promoter are allowed to mail me tepeacscompany@gmail.com
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by WashingtonOla: 3:49pm On May 25, 2013
I'm an unpublished upcoming writer who have already written four novels, two novellas, five plays and about thirty poems. I seriously need help and tutoring on publications of books. do help me, please. Thanks! [quote author=JUDESY86]I am happy to announce to everyone in the house that there is a thriving market for every Nigerian writers and writers-to-be to tap in and make thousands of Naira weekly-GUARANTTEE. My nane is Jude Binang; a prolific writer, proofreader, and editor with Nigerian Chronicle: a daily newspaper publisher in Cross River State. Having been a writer for over three years , i got to found out that authors are not adequately paid for their works by publishers,especially upcoming authors who need everything to stay in the game of writing.It remain a fact that publishers often have problems with authors any time the issue of royalty comes up. So, i went into the market and carried out a detailed research.In my research, i discovered a thriving market for writers. I found out what publishers want and why they want them. I found out what could turn you into a millionnaire if you are a writer of educational story books or writer to be and you have got what it takes,plus the spare time
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by simonhabby(m): 5:51am On May 30, 2013
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Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by xlam01: 7:47am On May 30, 2013
Nice one! I wrote a book on computer,pls can you help with how to go about publishing it? You can contact me via : ezennadilimichael@yahoo.com
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by xlam01: 8:00am On May 30, 2013
bumajj: Hello,
It's true that you can sell your story's copyright to publishers. But there is a note of warning here:
Try and be careful with your information, Mr. poster.
Things don't work out, as easy as you're trying to make people believe.
If it's working so well for you, earning some 30k weekly, selling your stories (although I have my personal, strong doubts), why are you making such a loud noise about it? Or are you into "Information marketing"?
I should knowquite well, cos I'm an author of several children stories and books, and also own a small publishing firm. I'm into self-publishing. I'm quite familiar with the terrain. There are sound rules to follow.
Working with a newspaper house does not automatically qualify you to be a good story-teller. They are different ball games. I practised Journalism for many years, before I delved into private business.
So, my little piece of advice to everyone here is: tread gently; look before you leap
Nice one! I wrote a book on computer,pls can you help with how to go about publishing it? You can contact me via : ezennadilimichael@yahoo.com
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by urch45: 8:52am On Sep 06, 2014
Try www.blacktowerpublishers.com.ng They offer online submission, manuscripts editing, proofreading, ghostwriting, translations, book publishing, review. And it's for Nigerians unlike lulu.com that only accept US and Canada. They edited my novel, and within 10days of payment, I got it back and it was worth it. They even allow you to use their logo in work.
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by otemanuduno: 8:17pm On Apr 19, 2015
urch45:
Try www.blacktowerpublishers.com.ng They offer online submission, manuscripts editing, proofreading, ghostwriting, translations, book publishing, review. And it's for Nigerians unlike lulu.com that only accept US and Canada. They edited my novel, and within 10days of payment, I got it back and it was worth it. They even allow you to use their logo in work.

Have you published the said book?
Re: Get Paid: Submiting Your Manuscript To Nigerian Publisher Nationwide by sarahchristy21: 11:42pm On Aug 26, 2015
Help, well i was just asking questions about writing and publishing for children and publishing houses accepting manuscripts when i came across this although it was posted in 2009 i hope am not to late. I really need help in this area. I am a writer with over ten children manuscripts but confused on how to hit out to the right publishers and still make it as a writer.
Thanks, please help me if you are still in nairaland.
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