It's the one-year anniversary of my submissions inbox (how time flies? maybe?) so to celebrate I've updated my wishlist - AND have expanded my remit to non-fiction as well 📚🎉
If you've got a project that might fit, please write to me! #amquerying #mswl
As much as I would like to deny it, autumn is definitely here - and while I sulk about long dark nights, I would love to find a great mystery/thriller to read by the fire (had I a fire).
Recent read NEVER SAW ME COMING exactly hit the spot: pacy, twisty, and campus-set!
Write Here… @WriteHereUK‘Submissions that stand out tend to have a concise query letter that clearly sets out the stakes for the protagonist(s). What do they want? What’s in the way?' @LBA_agency #LiteraryAgent @hannschofield on submitting to agents: tinyurl.com/ycweaxd4
#writing #amwriting #WIP pic.twitter.com/eZoDNCg8se
And in a more nebulous ‘wish’, I’d love to read a book where the protagonist DOESN’T achieve their lifelong dream (to ‘make it’ in their chosen career, to have a baby, to win The Prize). What happens then? #mswl
Hannah Schofield @hannschofieldGood afternoon #amquerying writers! I am BACK (or my submissions inbox is)
As well as my #mswl on the LBA website, you can find out some more about me in this interview I did with the lovely people at @RNAtweets: romanticnovelistsassociation.org/2021/04/ask-an…
I include some pointers about how to catch my eye with your query letter - title; clear, snappy pitch; & comp titles