Prevent Agent Rejection
Do you believe the myth that agents don't want to be bothered by unpublished writers?
Nothing could be further from the truth. Agents want to meet you and determine if you are the "real deal," a talented writer with a saleable manuscript. What prevents agents from responding positively (besides a poorly written query letter) are submissions filled with red-flag words.
The top ten (10) words you don't want to overuse in your query, synopsis, and sample pages include:
THAT -- GET -- GOT
GOTTEN -- SHOULD
COULD -- THE -- THEN
HAD -- WERE, and the worst RED FLAG of all, the deadly duo of “WAS” when paired with an “ING” verb.
Do these rascals proliferate in your work? If so, they will identify you as a writing “rookie, ” not ready for prime time. No writer wants that!
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