This comes from Writer’s Circle and deals with writing Query letters to publishers. There’s some great advice on the page. I also have a book called: How to write attention grabbing query letters by John Wood. I enjoyed reading it very much, it was humorous and informative. So, if you get a chance and you’re having trouble with query letters check it out it.
I hope you find this as helpful as I did
So you’ve written your masterpiece: the great novel you know everyone should read. What now? Well, the answer is to try to get it published, of course. Whether you are trying to get an agent or you are contacting an editor at a publishing house directly, you will need to write up a query letter. Unfortunately, many great books may be rejected out of hand simply because the query letter isn’t as good as the writing in your novel.
How can you make your query letter perfect? How can you increase your chances of getting accepted, or at the very least not getting the “Dear Author” or “Dear Writer” form rejection letters? Here are five tips to writing the perfect query letter.
For the 5 tips click the link above 🙂