Query Letter Tips
By Urban Muse on May 21, 2011
You write, you study, you pray. What does it take to make your query letter standout? Learn from this publishing insider what you need to do to get an editor to sit up and take notice..
"A query letter is meant to elicit an invitation to send sample chapters or even the whole manuscript to the agent....The goal is to get the agent to read your book, not to blow you off because you screwed up the introduction."
To help you write a query letter (or submission letter) so that an agent will give your manuscript the time of day here are the top 3 Do's and Don'ts from our head Acquisitions Editor, Jennifer.
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