I don’t know why, but I’ve recently been hit with a barrage of requests from new writers who want me to critique their query letters. Most of them come from LinkedIn, which I’ve happily ignored for years, but for some reason I’m suddenly getting 5-10 daily requests to “connect.” And lots of requests for freebies. […]How to Write a Professional, Not-Embarrassing Query to an Agent, Reviewer, Editor, or Blogger – by Anne R. Allen…
This is a post, admittedly from a while back, that caught my attention. I haven’t written a query letter or email yet but I’m keen to learn about them all the same. I found this very informative and easy to read.
This post goes through the basic rules and lots of hints and tips about sending your query that Anne R. Allan (A mostly romantic comedy/mystery writer and is the best selling author of the Camilla Randall Mystery Series) has learned over the years.
It covers sending queries to fiction and non-fiction editors, book reviewers, bloggers and magazine editiors.
Click the blue link to access the article. It will take you another blog, christhestoryreadingape, and then you can access the full article. So, its a reblog of a reblog?
Anyway, hope you find this useful. Have a good day and thanks for visiting!