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Join Jaida Temperly & Danielle Barthel for

How to Write a Killer Query: The Do's and Don'ts

Session Date: Thursday, October 22, 2015
Starting Time: 1:00 PM ET
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $89.99

About the webinar:

Writing a killer query letter requires a great hook and a clear premise. The first sentence should immediately catch the reader's attention, while the ending should leave the reader wanting more. This may sound simple, but writing strong query letters takes practice, patience, and an eye for detail. That is why we're here: to discuss what to do and not to do in order to make your query-writing endeavors as successful and straightforward as possible.

Danielle and Jaida have been in the industry for three years, delving into the New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc. slush pile on a weekly basis, reading thousands of queries from writers with varying skill levels. Seeing this many queries has given them a well-rounded view of what works and what doesn't, and they're excited to share their expertise with you while you're in your pre-submission stages.

About the Critique:

All registrants are invited to submit one, complete query letter (sans sample pages). All submitted queries are guaranteed a written critique by either Jaida Temperly or Danielle Barthel.

Please Note: Even if you can't attend the live webinar, registering for this live version will enable you to receive the On Demand webinar and a personal critique of your material. Purchasing the On Demand version after the live event will not include a critique.

What you'll learn:

How to hook your reader
How to effectively use comparative titles
How long your pitch should be
Key information to include in (or keep out of) your pitch
What to say in your bio paragraph - and so much more!

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Who should attend:
Aspiring writers beginning the query process
Anyone wanting to brush up on their querying strategy
Writers who want more industry resources
Writers who have not yet been successful in querying and need some guidance
Industry hopefuls looking to work in agenting

Jaida Temperly, of New Leaf Literary & Media, is very excited to be building her client list. Her clients include Kody Keplinger, Eric Telchin, Amber McRee Turner, and Maggie Heinze. She also represents illustrators Betsy Bauer, Genevieve Santos, and James Lipnickas. After a brief stint in medical school at UW-Madison, Jaida moved from Wisconsin to NYC for an internship at Writer's House. 

Following her completion of the Denver Publishing Institute after graduation, Danielle Barthel began interning at Writers House. While there, she realized she wanted to put her English degree and love of the written word to work at a literary agency. She worked as a full-time assistant for three years, and continues to help keep the New Leaf offices running smoothly in her role of Coordinator of Team and Client Services.

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