L. Seabaugh, Killer of Beautiful Things @Imaginarialist#askdlg Can you tell what kind of person a writer is by their query & does it influence your decision on the sub material?
Elissa Dickey @ElissaDickeyHi! Do you ever ask authors to revise and resubmit after making a request, and how do you decide? Thanks! #askdlg
Lydia Lukidis @LydiaLukidis@NobleValerie Great! I was told agents prefer if a writer had several on the go, so I wasn't sure. #AskDLG
Lydia Lukidis @LydiaLukidisHow many polished unpublished manuscripts should we have before querying an agent? #AskDLG
Emily B. Martin @EmilyBeeMartin@NobleValerie What's your favorite way to celebrate a successful pitch? #AskDLG
L. Seabaugh, Killer of Beautiful Things @ImaginarialistIs there anything you've seen enough of in your crowded query boxes? Overused tropes or newbie errors? #askdlg
@Imaginary_L great question! For me a dystopian with a totalitarian regime, some kind of games, or school, themes I've lots of #AskDLG
A.R. Lucas @ARLucasWrites#AskDLG The thing that most draws you in in a query? How to get you to the pages?
@EliseNicole88 Hi Elise! For me, it's often the tone. The pages evoke some feeling- and makes me curious where the story is heading. #AskDLG
Author Julia Ash @Author_JuliaAsh#AskDLG Is 1st Person POV preferred over 3rd person limited or does it depend on the story?
🌷🌷K. Hopkins is ready for spring 🌷🌷 @kehopkins13#AskDLG What do you see as the most vibrant genres in YA right now?
Author Julia Ash @Author_JuliaAsh#AskDLG Any advice on pitching a crossover vs a single genre project? Should pitches be limited to agents who request crossovers?
Amy Bledsoe @amykbledsoe@NobleValerie What if you're over the moon in love with the writing, but the writer's not warm and fuzzy?!