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How to find good comps

For #feedyourwritingfriday, peep this Twitter thread by Allison K Williams on finding comps. It’s mostly geared toward fiction writers, but very useful for my nonfiction folks, too.

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What comps did you use, or would you use, for your book?

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  1. […] Pick good comparison titles, known as comps. Good comps are titles that have sold well, indicating your book’s viability in the market. (Just don’t comp to Eat, Pray, Love, apparently—all the agents are tired of it.) See this post for some advice from an expert on picking comps.  […]