Get Agents and Publishers to Read Your Manuscript

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Tips For Writing a Query Letter That Gets Agents and Publishers to Want to Read Your Manuscript

Query letters are a very important aspect to your author career. They are your calling card to the very people who you need to make an impression with in the traditional publishing route with your book. So take the time to learn what works . This is your chance.

The greatest feat that authors face if they want to be published by a traditional publisher is to get agents and publishers to read their manuscripts. One of the best, if not only tools for achieving this aim is the query letter. Robert Nahas shares great information about query letters. What should be included? What should NOT be part of this letter? How do you approach literary agents or publishers with one? How do you format one? These and other questions will be answered for you in this book.

Tips For Writing a Query Letter That Gets Agents and Publishers to Want to Read Your Manuscript

Query letters are a very important aspect to your author career. They are your calling card to the very people who you need to make an impression with in the traditional publishing route with your book. So take the time to learn what works . This is your chance.

The greatest feat that authors face if they want to be published by a traditional publisher is to get agents and publishers to read their manuscripts. One of the best, if not only tools for achieving this aim is the query letter. Robert Nahas shares great information about query letters. What should be included? What should NOT be part of this letter? How do you approach literary agents or publishers with one? How do you format one? These and other questions will be answered for you in this book.

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