If you’re writing a query letter to pitch your book to a literary agent, you may want to consider using a natural, friendly voice rather than a more formal, standoffish, traditional tone. This simple strategy may increase your odds of connecting with a literary agent....
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Aside from researching literary markets and writing query letters, part of our job here at Writer’s Relief is advising clients on their paths to publication. And though we most often write about helping writers submit work in order to achieve a coveted acceptance...
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