ALL ABOUT QUERYING: Strength In Your Queries

February 2022 is going to be a momentous one on Path2pub and you don’t wanna miss it! Why? Well, it’s ALL ABOUT QUERYING.

Yes, literally!

All through the month, each contributor will be sharing posts with tips, lessons, and of course, tricks, on how to approach the query package. (🥳). Roadside Cafe will include only links to querying resources, and we’ll be spotlighting more agent interviews!

BUT that’s not all. We’ll also be doing a STRENGTH IN YOUR QUERY Challenge, which (as the name suggests) is all about highlighting the strong points in a query letter.

Lucia, Amber, and Mariana will also be stripping down their query letters and sharing what made them work. (You don’t wanna miss this!)

And of course, we shouldn’t be having all the fun. We’d LOVE for YOU to send us your query letters while highlighting what you feel the strengths of the letter are. We’ll post it (if you want), and also highlight the strengths of your letter and what could be made even stronger.

Why?

To help everyone learn a thing or two on query letter drafting while keeping the month interactive. BUT, if you’ll prefer your query letter not be posted, no problem, just write that in your email. We’ll give you a critique via email!

There are 5 SLOTS open for the strengths-critiques. 4 slots for a public preview and 1 for a private preview. To be eligible to snag one of these slots:

  • Subscribe to the Path2pub site. (For solid content!).
  • Follow our Twitter Account, and retweet the post about ALL ABOUT QUERYING: Strength In Your Queries.

Once you’ve done so, submit those query letters here. The window will be open until the 6th of February so start submitting.

Why Are We Doing This?

The goal is that hopefully at the end of this month, you’ll have put together a successful query letter of your own!

We hope you (and your writing friends) can join us; feel free to ask any questions in the comments!

– The Path2pub Team

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