How to Write a Query Letter
Key Do's and Don'ts When Writing a Query Letter
Writers looking to land an agent and traditional publishing deal: Have you started writing your book proposal? Are you worried about whether your proposal will entice agents? Do you even know where to start?
The driving force behind your book proposal is the query letter. Its main goal is to get the agent to request additional materials. Many agents receive hundreds of queries every day. They evaluate them very quickly, and dismiss them very quickly.
Yours needs to be outstanding to break through the noise.
Join Jennie Nash as she teaches a one-day class on how to write a query letter that gets agents' attention. You'll break down the query letter into its foundational elements, perfecting each part to make the whole query sing. This class is applicable to writers of any genre, fiction or nonfiction.
Jennie Nash is the founder and CEO of Author Accelerator, a book coaching service that offers the sustained editorial support writers need to write books worth reading. For twelve years, writers serious about reaching readers have trusted Jennie to coach their projects from inspiration to publication. Her clients have landed top New York agents, national book awards, and deals with houses such as Scribner, Simon & Schuster, and Hachette. Jennie is the author of 8 books in 3 genres. She taught for 13 years in the UCLA Extension Writer’s Program, is an instructor at CreativeLive.com
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