L.A. Kennedy

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Learn how to write successful queries for any genre of writing by breaking down the query letter and supplying links to example queries that worked. Robert Lee Brewer via Writer’s Digest Learn how to write successful queries for any genre of writing by breaking down the query letter and supplying links to example queries that …

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Chuck Sambuchino In my opinion, a good query letter is broken down into three parts – the quick intro, the pitch, and the bio. Strangely enough, the third section (the bio) often generates the most questions and uncertainty with writers. In fact, when I speak at writers’ conferences on the topic of how write a …

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by Jane Friedman The query letter has one purpose, and one purpose only: to seduce the agent or editor into reading or requesting your work. The query letter is so much of a sales piece that it’s quite possible to write one without having written a word of the manuscript. All it requires is a …

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