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Writing a Synopsis & Query Letter
I think this is probably one of my most popular pages. It doesn’t matter if you are submitting to an agent, a big New York publishing house, or a small press, you have to have a synopsis and a query letter to go with that manuscript. In fact, many of the big houses, and even some agents, will only accept a query and or a synopsis. Chapters can only be sent later if they ask to see them. Hopefully, the information you’ll find listed here will have you writing both like an old pro.
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QUERIES & PROPOSALS
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TIP SHEETS & GUIDELINES
Writing is a business. Many writers wind up neglecting self-care at some point in their professional journey.
This June there are more than four dozen calls for submissions. Most of these are paying markets, and some do not charge submission fees.