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Examples of Query Letters

For me, one of the hardest parts of querying was knowing where to start. There's a lot of information about querying available on the internet, but I found the overflow of information to be quite overwhelming. Plus, what I really wanted--solid examples of good and successful queries--was really tough to find! Luckily, after LOTS of digging, I was able to find several examples that I found super helpful! I'm going to post them here for anyone else who is querying and looking for examples! Also, if you haven't read the interview I posted from my agent, Caitlen Rubino-Bradway, you really need to! Lots of really great information about querying and what agents look for! You can read it HERE. Qu

Agent Interview: Caitlen Rubino-Bradway from LKG Agency (aka the BEST agent EVER!)

When I first started querying, I was absolutely terrified. It's such a HUGE step in a writer's journey, and the fear of the unknown can be quite overwhelming! However, one of the things that really helped calm my nerves was researching. I spent a lot of time looking up prospective agents and trying to get a feel for who they were as a person/agent and what they were looking for in their clients. I also read A LOT of agents interviews! Those interviews made me feel like I had insider information, and I ended up feeling really prepared when I started querying---scared out of my mind!--but prepared nonetheless! I think reading agent interviews are a GREAT way to understand the process a bit bet

2017 Reading Challenge

One of my favorite things to do each year is track how many books I've read throughout the year and also which books I've read. I always challenge myself to read a set number of books each year, and it's always really interesting to see what type of books I've gravitated towards and if any of my reading tastes have changed! Also, these lists give me a great place to look when people ask for recommendations! (My brain is mush. I can never remember what I've read!) So, since it's a brand new year, it's time to start a new reading challenge and list! In 2016, I challenged myself to read 50 books. I ended the year only 4 books short of that goal! I was a little bummed I missed it, but I still fe

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