Should you include fan fiction publishing or awards in your cover or query letter to a literary agent or editor? We offer tips for composing your professional writing bio.
How to use your pseudonym or pen name in your query letter, cover letter, or manuscript. Learn pen name etiquette in the publishing industry when dealing with literary agents and editors. Writer’s Relief helps writers submit.
How To Write A Cover Letter or Query Letter for a literary agent or editor: striking the right tone. Learn techniques for query and cover letter writing, and discover how to get an agent and how to get published. For poetry, short stories, essays, poems, novels, books, literary agents, editors, magazines, submissions, writing.
Query Letters: When (Not) To Talk About Multiple Books, Including Sequels, A Series, And Other Projects
Query agents: Learn when you should, or should not, talk about sequels, unpublished manuscripts, self-published manuscripts, and books that are part of a series.
A list of the most common query letter mistakes. Don’t make these errors when submitting your writing (your book or novel) to literary agents and editors.
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