The point of view (POV) in a query letter would seem to be obvious. The letter is written from the viewpoint of the letter writer: the author. However, the book blurb section (or summary) of a query letter is written in a style similar to the back jacket of a book....
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How To Write A Killer Book Blurb For Your Query Letter: What Literary Agents Want To See
Learn the best techniques to write a mini-synopsis, synopsis, or book blurb for your query letter to literary agents.
Further Notes On Punctuating Dialogue
Dialogue can be tricky to write and, sometimes, tricky to punctuate. In a previous article, we talked about how to properly format dialogue in your fiction and nonfiction. Here are a few more pointers to demonstrate how to create paragraph breaks when switching from...
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