Writing a book that appeals to readers is certainly a difficult task, but finding a good publisher to market your book to is even more of a challenge, especially if you are a beginner. Until you know the basics and present your work in a professional manner, it's impossible to contact a reliable publisher.
There are many companies that also provide the top non fiction books online. In the following you will find some important aspects that will help you find the right publisher for your book.
Do comprehensive market research:
Contrary to popular belief that you can find a good publisher by contacting one of the publishers in your area, you can make a better impression by first analyzing the various publishers in your area and then finding the publisher that prints the book as you write.
To find such publishers, you can visit different bookstores and write down the names of publishers that print books in the same category as yours. For example, if you are writing a good book in English, find and write down the details of an English book publisher that match your spelling.
Do your homework:
After you understand the names of the editors on the book, first write down their office addresses and other contact information. Then try sending an email or contacting the publisher's editor privately.
While some publishers are only interested in story ideas and your previous writing experiences, others may want to read the entire manuscript of the book.
While some publishers will accept manuscripts from anyone, others won't even see yours unless recommended by an agent. Additionally, you may want to find a good agency to showcase your book to publishers.