Naomi Davis, literary agent @NaomisLitPixA quick #querytip: be specific!
Don't end your query with, "She must risk everything and face the thing she fears most."
Instead try, like, "She must risk her (job/ego/life) face the thing she fears most: (losing her position/her high school bully/an actual soulsucking demon)."
Meg LaTorre @MegLaTorreIf you want to be traditionally published, then you will have to decide when to query literary agents. But how do you know when you’re ready? In this @iwriterly video, @megan_manzano & I run through 10 questions you should ask before querying.
Cat Bakewell (19k) @catbakewellHi there, #amwriting! The amazing @Megan_Manzano joined me for an interview over on my blog. Hop on over if you want to read about her MSWL, what she draws her eye in a pitch, and some of the common mistakes she sees in queries!
J.Elle @AuthorJ_ElleNO ONE REALLY TALKS ABOUT SUB
1 YEAR ago today I went on sub for the 1st time w/ the book of my heart. & while I cant remove the veil completely on an industry I’m barely dipping my pinky toe in, going to try to shine light where there’s so much shadow.
Megan Manzano 🌸 @Megan_ManzanoI've been seeing a lot of submissions in my querybox that either don't list an anticipated audience for the manuscript or lists every audience.
Let's talk about why narrowing audience is important.
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