What Agents Look for in a Query Letter - podcast

"Writers are notorious for not being able to describe their own work." Literary agent Charlotte Gusay points this out in a telling interview where she reveals what she and her team look for when they're reading query letters from prospective authors. "I really want writers to think about how they are going to present their work to someone else," she says, and it's good that she does. Before you send your own query letter off, check out this interview to make sure you're putting your best foot forward.
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  • Dear Charlotte, A very lovely day to you, My published book is called The Superiors fantasy-The blue-print for the moon, an 1800 year old raunchy love story about castle built by 14 Intelligent gentlemen, who imprint the story of ursa Major into the castle, which is about a wicked jealousy, hence peoples get a pictorial image of their emotions, that need to be rectified when they put their right foot at the entrance of the red door. there are also two elongated ladies from mars and Vulcan whom visit the castle. As you say you like stories that are complicated, this is a unique story that shall herald the journey back to the moon.