4 October 2013

Squeezeed into the in-between periods of my day, I am endeavouring to prepare our query letter and materials to submit our book.

Every editor and publisher has very specific criteria they want in any submission, assuming they will actually accept them in the first place.

Trying to find just the right “voice” to convey the synopsis and the tone of the book, without being pretentious or boring, hmmm ... not a simple task.

It’s quite amusing to realise that writing a letter of introduction for a book takes almost as much effort as the writing of it.

All sage advice is welcome.


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