“How to Write a Query Letter” is probably one of the most important and common topics that we discuss here at Writer’s Digest. After all, a query is your all-important tool to get an agent to request more of your work, and eventually sign you as a client and sell your book. Your query letter must be short, but it must also explain what your book is about and hook the reader in. With all that in mind, we’re very excited to announce an all-new webinar called “Query Letter Intensive” taught by literary agent Michelle Wolfson (Wolfson Literary) on Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012. All attendees get their query critiqued. Keep reading to learn more.
Other writing/publishing articles & links for you:
- 9 Tips on How to Write a Query Letter.
- Agent Janet Reid Shares 20 Tips on Writing a Query Letter.
- Developing the Hook in a Query Letter.
- NEW Literary Agent Seeking Writers: Victoria Marini of Gelfman Schneider Literary.
- Query Dos and Don’ts, by Agent Dan Lazar.
- Sell More Books by Building Your Writer Platform.
- Follow Chuck Sambuchino on Twitter or find him on Facebook. Learn all about his writing guides on how to get published, how to find a literary agent, and how to write a query letter.