Sunday, September 26, 2010

It's Query Week in the Piedmont

I wanted to let you know I've just finished writing my posts for this week. It's all about my query process, how I wrote it, re-wrote it, tweaked it, and I think, finally nailed it.



I hope you'll stop by, I've got the whole week mapped out so you won't have to wait in between days for the next installment.



And this is by no means a comprehensive guide but perhaps a template for you to use when you get into the trenches yourselves. There are many ways to write a query, I'm just going to show you what I did and hopefully, you'll be able to grab the gist.



Write on! See you tomorrow.

8 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Hey, I don't know how I did it right the first time, so looking forward to seeing yours!

Piedmont Writer said...

Alex -- The difference is you have a book about to be published. I'm hoping this has enough oomph to just get noticed.

Ted Cross said...

I'll never know if my query is great or not. I just assumed it was good enough when great agents started requesting partials. I think one of my sentences is way too long, though.

WritingNut said...

I can't wait :)

Anne R. Allen said...

Great idea. I look forward to reading your posts.

Donna Hosie said...

Any helpful advice from one writer to another about queries is always welcome in my world!

Bish Denham said...

I'm looking forward to reading about your process.

Wendy Marcus said...

Looking forward to it.