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Hi everyone! Welcome back for another round. This week we’re continuing our foray into the world of literary agents and querying. We know, you probably don’t think literary agents are as cool as secret spy agents, but these folks could make your life a whole lot easier. They just don’t use all those awesome gadgets. (Well, as far as we know, they don’t).

If you want to get your book published by traditional means, you’re going to have to send it to a publisher and that means you’re going to have to send a query letter. This little beauty will tell the agent or publisher about you, about your book, and why they should publish your work. It’s important to know what to include in this document and we’ve got some suggestions. I’m not going to tell you now, because then you wouldn’t listen to the podcast.

If all this isn’t enough to entice you to join us this week, we’ll also be talking about what’s important when trying to find an agent that will represent you and your work. But wait! There’s more!… Act now and we’ll also include alternative ways for you to possibly get your work noticed by those crafty agents. It’s an offer too good to pass up but you have to hurry. Supplies are limited!

 

 

 Music: White Crow by XTaKeRuX is used under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/XTaKeRuX/Empty_Grave/White_Crow

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