About James Mangraviti

James J. Mangraviti, Jr., Esq. is the co-author of 27 books. He has had books published by Wolters Kluwer, Aspen, St. Martins, Wiley and Apress. In addition, he has self-published numerous books through his company, SEAK, Inc. Mr. Mangraviti’s titles have generated sales of several million dollars and have helped him to launch, expand, and nurture a successful career in lecturing, customized training and consulting. He has trained thousands of physician expert witnesses and is the co-founder of The National Directory of Expert Witnesses. Mr. Mangraviti currently serves as Principal of SEAK, Inc. He received his JD cum laude from Boston College Law School and his BA summa cum laude from Boston College. He is the co-creator and a faculty member for SEAK’s seminars entitled How to Earn Money as a Physician Writer, How to Be an Effective Medical Witness, How to Start, Build and Run a Successful Expert Witness Practice, How to Supplement Your Income With Lucrative Home-Based Work and How to Find and Land High-Paying Non-Clinical Jobs.

How Physicians Can Earn Extra Money

Hi, I'm Jim Mangraviti from SEAK. I'm here with our President and Founder, Steve Babitsky and we're going to talk to you today about how physicians can earn extra money supplementing their income through six different activities. Steve, let's talk about these six different activities that physicians can earn extra money on. The first one is consulting. Can [...]


10 Tips – How Physicians Can Find a Literary Agent

Physicians who would like to publish fiction or non-fiction will want to start by first obtaining a literary agent. A good literary agent is worth his/her weight in gold as they have relationships with publishers who may want to buy your book. Here are some tips on how to find the agent best for you.  AAR There are [...]


What Publishers are Looking for From Physician Authors

The publishing industry is in the midst of a radical transformation. Decreasing number of book stores, the dominance of Amazon, the proliferation of inexpensive eBooks, more distractions for potential books, more distractions for potential book purchasers (Netflix, etc.) It is no wonder that publishers are being even more selective about signing new physician authors. Publishers are now looking [...]


8 Tips for Physicians Drafting the Exceptional Query Letter

Physicians who want to increase the odds of getting their book published by a traditional book publisher will want to acquire a literary agent. Literary agents sort through many query letters when selecting a new author to contact. Here are eight ways to make sure your query letter is well received by literary agents. 1) Well written and error [...]

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