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A Query

Here is the query letter that caught my editor’s attention. I’ve seen people ask before how these work, and thought I’d share one that happened to work for me. 184 more words

Fiction

Want to learn more about drawing?
Want to learn more about painting?

Within the next few weeks I will be launching my new video collection; within this, I will be using time lapse to form a variety of paintings/drawings that will be helpful in reference to the way in which a painting/drawing surrounding specific themes – mainly portraiture – can be formed. 18 more words

Art

Probabilistic Model Tutorial

This is an updated version of a tutorial on the Robertson-Spärck-Jones Probabilistic Model.

It is available now at

http://www.minerazzi.com/tutorials/probabilistic-model-tutorial.pdf

The model computes global weights, known as RSJ weights, based on Independence Assumptions and Ordering Principles for probable relevance. 36 more words

Data Mining

Query Three.

Ramblings and Rumblings.

Factual and Actual are two contrasting notions with to many emotions from the egotistical masses with huge  asses.

Versus and curses are passed around for the entertainment of the crowd who are way to loud and proud to… 21 more words

Writing a Query Letter: Tips from Our Agents

Have you ever wanted to get inside the agent’s head about what’s really important in the query letter? Nikki and Rachel are sharing the best and worst things to see in a query and tips on how to put your best foot forward with your query letter. 655 more words

Writing

Querying Versus Job Hunting

You know, these things are actually quite similar. I’d never realized it until after talking with one of my coworkers, but the similarities are pretty obvious. 585 more words

Writing

Writing a Query Letter: The Basics

By: Kortney Price

Getting your query letter just right could make the difference between a request and a rejection. It doesn’t matter how fantastic your manuscript is if the agent doesn’t request and read it. 747 more words

Writing