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Deciding When to Query By Meg LaTorre

There are few things more rewarding than receiving paralleled excitement about your manuscript from someone who has just read it, hence the sharing addiction that many writers often fall into. Once we as writers have overcome our writerly sensibilities of ‘I don’t want to share my writing with anyone,’ next comes the ‘please read and …
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Querying Checklist By Meg LaTorre

When writers begin the querying process, there always seems to be that moment at the beginning of the research process where you find SO MANY RESOURCES. All with great advice. All with advice on different things. And nothing that seems to cover everything or in simplified terms for an overwhelmed writer. I remember when I …
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How to Write the Perfect Plot Summary for Your Query By Meg LaTorre

In an age where time is precious and emails are plenty, grabbing a literary agent’s attention right away is the key to a successful query letter. There are many ways a query letter can stand out; however, it’s important to remember that the point of a query is to make an agent want to read …
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How to Get Literary Agents to Request More Pages By Meg LaTorre

The Corvisiero Literary Agency team’s insight on what makes them request additional pages. Ah, querying. That dubious part in the writing process when you check your email as often as you use the restroom—perhaps you’ve started checking your email while using the restroom—and wonder if the literary agent has read your query… and if a …