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Fabulous Query Examples

In case you've been missing out, agent Jessica Faust at the BookEnds, LLC blog has been posting the query letters that jump-started some of her clients careers. Totally worth checking out, especially if you're presently querying or working on your query letter.

Check it out!

Today's good news? I've come up with a new plot and did a quick outline for it. I think I'll throw a practice query together and see how it holds up!

6 comments:

Jill Wheeler said...

Thanks for the heads up!

Shelli (srjohannes) said...

how in the world are you working with a newborn. :)

Lauren said...

Thanks for posting this. Very interesting.

PJ Hoover said...

A practice query is a good idea! Maybe I'll try this on my next new novel!

Unknown said...

Thank you for the post. I think writing query letters is harder than writing the book.

Casey Something said...

Queries are definitely hard to write! I'm so glad we have examples like this on the net.