boooooooooooookkkksheeeeelffffstuuuuudddd @bookshelfstud#askPSLA tips for querying multi-book sff series? not a good plan for 1st-time author, or do-able?
@the_bookshelf_m pitch 1 book and say "series potential" we have to love book 1 first #askPSLA
J. Marcus Xavier @JMarcusXavier#askPSLA if you are a first time writer, where do you start on the agent search? Is there a master list and you go down it? Total newbie...
Daniel Best @LeftNWriteBrain#askPSLA Is referencing a TV Show or Movie, in addition to a novel, for comparisons the death knell for a query? #amwriting #querytip
Naomi @NayWritesYou know we revise query letters like crazy! Acceptable time between stinky query letter #1 and sparkly query letter #2? #askPSLA #askagent
Danielle @dmarie116#askPSLA if rejected on a full then revise significantly, can u re-query agent who read full if there was no R&R request or bad idea?
Kristi McManus @unrealismbooksWhat are your opinions of the fanfic genre branching in to traditional publishing? Would you ever rep a fanfic gone trad title? #askPSLA
Julianne Douglas @WritingRen@carlywatters Would new agt represent an unsold ms that was on sub eight years earlier, or is book dead forever? #askPSLA
KS Avard @KS_Avard#askPSLA What is the first thing that draws you in during a pitch letter? Is it a 1 sentence summary, "back cover text"? What's enticing?
Jennie Booth @JennieWrites#askPSLA In a chapter book query, is it better to focus on 1st book only or also include entire series details as most chap bks are series?
Rob Nugent @Rob_ismyname#askpsla Do you ever represent self-published novels? Would you be more likely to if there were an unpublished sequel to work with?