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I recently had a battle with my own query letter, and I’ve been attempting to help others with their queries. I enjoy doing this. As I state in my query crits, I am not a query rock star, but the … Continue reading
Ok, I know I just posted, but I’m still amazed, so I want to share more fully with you what happened today. The past few weeks, I’ve spent some time rewriting my first chapter of Ghost in the Park. I’ve … Continue reading
Blog post from the lovely Cassandra about the trials and tribulations of Query letter writing. Querying agents. Stiff upper lip and all that….
I have a favor to ask. I’ve been working on the description for Ghost in the Park that goes into the query letters I have been sending to agents. Thanks to the good people over at Absolute Write’s Water Cooler, … Continue reading
Is it actually helpful to “fix” someone’s bad query letter? I was at my favorite writing forum, Absolute Write’s Water Cooler, looking at some query letters that had been posted in a section where author’s are looking for critique. There … Continue reading
Winter, my post-apocalyptic short story has been accepted by Das Krakenhaus Publishing, and will appear in their book The End of the World as We Know It in the spring. Yay for me! I’m very excited that it’s been accepted, … Continue reading
Your novel is finished and polished until it shines. You have written a default version of your query letter, and you are all set to start customizing it for each agent you query. You are fully prepared to start sending … Continue reading