Friday, October 27, 2006

I Always Get This Question

Can you post an example ot a query opening that grabbed you and one that you rejected?

No, because it wouldn't help you. You have to describe your own work in your own style, as the accepted writer did. Assume the rejected writer was boring and/or had a lot of basic grammatical errors.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Okay, I'll bite. When you write a query letter and leave the typos & other errors out, what are you basically looking for beyond the hook?