Agent Interview: Ann Rose

A surefire way to determine an agent is the best fit for your manuscript/writing career is by learning everything you can about them. Such information is great when choosing who to query and deciding who you’d love to work long term with. As a site dedicated to guiding writers through the publication journey, we’ve putContinue reading “Agent Interview: Ann Rose”

Agent Interview: Jenissa Graham

A surefire way to determine an agent is the best fit for your manuscript/writing career is by learning everything you can about them. Such information is great when choosing who to query and deciding who you’d love to work long term with. As a site dedicated to guiding writers through the publication journey, we’ve putContinue reading “Agent Interview: Jenissa Graham”

Agent Interview: Laura Bennett

A surefire way to determine an agent is the best fit for your manuscript/writing career is by learning everything you can about them. Such information is great when choosing who to query and deciding who you’d love to work long term with. As a site dedicated to guiding writers through the publication journey, we’ve putContinue reading “Agent Interview: Laura Bennett”

Finding Comparison Titles

For an author, finding the right comparison titles for a query letter is almost as important as editing the manuscript to perfection. There seem to be a lot of rules thrown around about finding comparison titles and often it can seem impossible to find the right comparison titles for your book. I have been toldContinue reading “Finding Comparison Titles”

Agent/Client Interview With Nina Leon And Jennifer Delaney

One thing querying writers are often curious about is: what it is like to have an agent. What are you to expect? How is the dynamic? How is the process of working together? What better way is there to answer this than a vibrant conversation between agent and client? Today, we have with us NinaContinue reading “Agent/Client Interview With Nina Leon And Jennifer Delaney”

Why Those First Sentences/Paragraphs Matter

You know, I never thought the first sentence or paragraph of a manuscript mattered until I started querying. I mean whenever I opened a book with a gripping first line, I definitely thought ‘whoa that’s top tier stuff’. But I didn’t think it was necessary in every book because let’s be honest, not every published book out there has bomb first lines and yet a good amount of them are still amazing.

Agent Interview: Jen Nadol

Our Mood Board Contest submission window is still open. Don’t forget to share your mood boards with us for the prize! A surefire way to determine an agent is the best fit for your manuscript/writing career is by learning all you can about them. Such information is great when choosing who to query, and whenContinue reading “Agent Interview: Jen Nadol”

Agent Interview: Matt Belford

It’s still ALL ABOUT QUERYING month where querying tips and tricks, as well as agent interviews abound! Now, a surefire way to determine an agent is the best fit for your manuscript/writing career is by learning all you can about them. Such information is great when choosing who to query, and when those offers ofContinue reading “Agent Interview: Matt Belford”

Strength In Your Queries 3: The Spades Quest

Next on Strength In Your Queries (ALL ABOUT QUERYING) is THE SPADES QUEST! Speckled between this month’s querying posts and interviews will be critiques where we point out the strengths in the query letters you amazing readers sent to us, as well as what could be made stronger. The goal is that at the endContinue reading “Strength In Your Queries 3: The Spades Quest”