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When your submission email is opened, your query letter is first to be read. Hopefully, it's formatted to current industry standards.
Your query first paragraph must tell the agent what they want to know: the core of your story. Who wants what, what stands in their way, and the terrible "or else" that might occur if they don't get what they want.
If these vital elements are not in your first paragraph, most likely the agent will take a latte break after they "CLICK" and send your submission to delete-ville. Yikes!
The second portion of your query submission is the 350-word synopsis that reveals the full story from beginning to middle to end.
Instead of writing your synopsis like you might have in the days of snail mail, take advantage of current industry standards and reveal more of your story. Tell more about what's going on in your protagonist's inner and outer world as they deal with the challenge(s) that blocks them from getting what they want.
If you're not clear what the new industry standards are, not to worry. My synopsis tutorial includes a template, and evaluated examples, to show you what to put where and why. Good news, the synopsis tutorial is included in the Triple Whammy Special Offer.
Last, but not least~
Edit your query, synopsis, and sample pages to make certain they don't contain "red-flag" words.
These rascals, often overlooked, can cause you to be labeled incorrectly as a "writing rookie." Your work could be condemned as being unworthy of publication. No writer wants that!
My 7-page mini-tutorial contains a list of the 35 worst red-flag words. It also includes a Search-Mark-Revise technique to help you locate and eliminate red-flag words before you begin the submission process. Good news, the red-flag mini-tutorial is included in the Triple Whammy Special Offer.
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