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How Do You Get a Book Published?

Painting by Ernest Meissonier Christina asks: "What the process was like for getting your books Color and Light and Imaginative Realism published? I recently finished a book manuscript...and I don't really have any idea of what to do next. I'd really appreciate any pointers or advice you could give me!" Max asks: "I have been working on a novel that I would like to turn into an illustrated book.
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