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This post is to encourage anyone to ask a question about any matter relating to Christianity. Some questions may be difficult to answer, but I will be happy to try to shed light on anything you have to ask, or/and to devote a post to your question. 23 more words


How To Write A First Chapter A Literary Agent Wants To Read

Once your well-written query has piqued the interest of a literary agent, he or she will read your first chapter with interest. But wait, you only have a short window of opportunity to… 25 more words


A Literary Agent Wants You To Revise And Resubmit... Now What?

Congratulations, you wrote a novel, found the best literary agent to represent your work and you’ve sent the query.  You finally receive a response… and it’s neither an offer to represent or a decline, it’s a… request for a r… 39 more words


Holloway Literary Agents Share Query Writing Tips

Ever wonder what literary agents are really looking for in a query? Holloway Literary agents Nikki Terpilowski and Rachel Burkot discuss what turns them on… and off in a query submission.

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Five Questions To Ask Yourself When Writing A Query Letter

A query letter is your manuscripts introduction to a literary agent. Is it important? Uh… yeah! Are you prepared? Have you done your due diligence? Is your query the absolute best it can be?  23 more words


How To Write A Query

So, you’ve written your novel, had it beta-read and now it’s polished and ready for submission to literary agents. Up next? The query letter. It’s just a simple one-page document… and yet it is everything in terms of whether or not an agent reads your first chapter. 24 more words


Guest Post on Tracking Writing Submissions

Today I have a guest post on author Edie Jarolim‘s blog. Edie and I corresponded a few months ago when she pitched me a post about crowdfunding. 98 more words