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Writing a Query that Stands Out from the Slush Pile
With Sarah LaPolla
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Session Date: September 17, 2015
Starting Time: 1:00pm Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes
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About the webinar:

Writers dread writing queries. They're built up to be a writers “one and only shot” at getting an agent. Sometimes that's true, but most of the time it's not. Queries don't need to be painful. They're your chance to talk about your book, and no one can do that better than you can.

In this live webinar, literary agent, Sarah LaPolla teaches you how to make sure an agent notices your query for the right reasons. Get tips on technique, style, what will stand out, and what to do next. Sometimes a project just doesn't click with an agent, and that's OK. Just make sure that rejection isn't because your query fell flat.

What you'll learn:

What to include in your query
What should be left out of your query
Formatting, structure, and length of a query
Agent pet peeves in queries
How to let an agent know you researched before querying
What to do if your genre has been deemed “unsellable”
How to write a memorable query without bells, whistles, or gimmicks
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Writers who are ready to query their novels
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Writers who have sent their query and don't know what to do next
Writers who aren't ready to query, but want to be prepared
Writers tired of getting conflicting query advice
Writers who are serious about making writing their career

Sarah LaPolla joined Bradford Literary Agency as an agent in 2013. She spent the previous five years in the foreign rights department at Curtis Brown, Ltd., and became an associate agent there in 2010. Read her full bio >>
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