If your book combines multiple genres, then you’ll need to know how to effectively pitch a mixed-genre book to literary agents. While stories that embrace elements from many different genres can turn into breakout sellers, writers may find that agents are reluctant to...
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Even though few literary agents are accepting collections of poetry—it’s still a good idea to have a query letter on hand! Why bother? Because, while literary agents may not be accepting query letters for poetry, MANY others are: Independent publishers are actively...
When literary agents are reading through query letters, certain elements will jump off the page and say “Hey! I’m something special! Pay closer attention, pal!” The query letter experts here at Writer's Relief know how to take advantage of attention-grabbing tactics...
Looking for an effective way to give your writing career a boost? Writer's Relief recommends creating and then pitching a writing conference talk, lecture, or seminar to reach more potential readers and give your author bio some noteworthy additions. Here's How...
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