About to send a query letter?
There’s the right way to approach literary agent with your query letter, and the wrong way – or rather, numerous wrong ways. Writer’s Relief details 11 mistakes writers make in the query letters they send to agents:
- Cheesy lead
- Bobbled blurbs
- Too much information about the author
- Odd-looking pages and fonts
- Vague flattery
- Mentioning copyright
- Writing a multiple-personality biography
- Listing not-so-sterling publishing credits
- Mentioning unpunished manuscripts
- Including not-so-hot cover art
Read all about it at Writer’s Relief: 11 Mistakes Writers Make When Approaching Literary Agents.