Marc Nobleman and 30 Minutes Over Oregon

Marc Nobleman is smart.  Really really smart.  He’s figured out a way to use social media to bring attention to an “unbook,” a not yet published picture book that has garnered praise from numerous publishing houses, but not a single solitary contract offer.  The non-fiction picture book is called 30 Minutes Over Oregon, and here’s some of the praise it’s garnered:

“…I think the story is fantastic”

“Compelling and well told”

“Haunting”

“I think boys would particularly like it”

Marc is not a newbie.  He has over 70 books published.  Why?  In my humble opinion, it’s because Marc isn’t just a great writer, he’s tenatious. He’s not willing to dump a manuscript that he believes in into a drawer and forget about it. In fact, it’s practically an essential quality if you want to get published in today’s market.  So, for all you writers out there, both published and unpublished, drop into Marc’s site and see what confidence in a manuscript, and a little ingenuity can do for your career.  You won’t be disappointed.