Tips for Making Sure Your Query Letter and Submission Get Noticed

Literary agents receive hundreds of query letters and manuscript submissions a week, which is an overwhelming amount of content to review. To streamline the process, most agents rely on the query letter or other submission requirements to help pare down which manuscripts to focus on. Literary agent Eric Lincoln Miller of 3ibooks says a query letter needs to open with the basics - word count, genre and subgenre, and your hook or logline. If you have a solid author platform, this should be mentioned...
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