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Q401: Synopsis instead of a query. Pass. #500queries
Q400: Thriller. Do not rep. Pass. #500queries
Q399: A quote, then a small bio, and then the prologue of your book does not equal a query. Pass. #500queries
Q398: This YA F was a little too on the soapy side with drama for drama’s sake only. Pass. #500queries
Q397: I’m picky about my gendered dystopias, but I love how this one was presented. Request. #500queries
Q396: This YA C is so in my wheelhouse, I actually repped and sold a version of this book a few years ago! Pass. #500queries
Q395: I just sort of checked out halfway through here. Pass. #500queries
Hey folks, I am now CLOSED TO QUERIES until the fall. Everyone's subs have been so good that now I need to take time to read.
Don't worry—the rest of #500queries will continue!
Q394: I don’t rep straight-up historicals. Pass. #500queries
Q393: I love the comp here, and the tropes are good, but this romance will be made by the writing. Request. #500queries
Q392: I couldn’t wrap my head around this YA, conceptually. Pass. #500queries
Q391: Litfic. Do not rep. #500queries
Q390: Way too many proper nouns in this SF. Pass. #500queries
Q389: I can’t stress enough that I really, really need to get to know your MC in a query. Pass. #500queries
Q388: This email is not a query. Pass. #500queries
Q387: Only query me with one book at a time, and don’t requery! Pass. #500queries
Q386: YA whose subject matter doesn’t interest me. Pass. #500queries
Q385: This YA is two of my favorite teen shows mashed together. Request. #500queries
Q384: YA F. I’m either going to love this or hate it. Request. #500queries
Q383: This romance edges a little too thriller for me. Pass. #500queries