I've written a solid book proposal thanks to my English class, but because of it, I have to change a big fat something in my novel. I'm happy that I caught it and can fix it, but it put me in this headspace that I never seem to get out of. I have to push… Continue reading Just Hit Send | Query Quest Update
Though I'm not a huge fan of my book publishing class for a number of reasons, it has helped me learn how to market my book. Don't get me wrong. I'm still struggling with finding the right words to sell my book, besides the obvious: "It's amazing!" Still, I'm getting there. A big assignment we… Continue reading How a Book Proposal Broke Me, then Gave Me Armor | Query Quest Update
Here, you will find three important tools to add to your query process tool kit.
Next to my vision board, on my wall, I have a sample query letter from an English course I took last semester. It is the most intimidating and evil sheet of paper I've ever had the displeasure to meet so far. No wonder I hide it behind my open door. I've got a query tracker.… Continue reading The Lesson of an Imperfect Manuscript | Query Quest Week Two