Two years ago I did a Q&A with Author, Mary Kubica. Right now, she’s LIVE ON FACEBOOK as she talks about her newest novel, EVERY LAST LIE and her life as a writer. Check her out! Here’s the link:
Back in February I started the query process for a literary agent to represent my efforts to have one or both of my novels published. As a newbie to this process, I had no idea what to expect. What I’ve experienced, though has been a roller coaster of good and bad…though mostly good. Not good enough to land an agent yet, but good overall.
Through this process, I’ve wondered about the query process of several published authors. I’m blessed to count a few of them as friends (or at least friendly acquaintances), so I started asking questions. One of them told me that she studied literary agents and elected to query only two. The first responded quickly with a definite no and her second query came back positive. She’s now a bestselling author of her first novel, and working on her second.
Another author-aquaintance queried countless agents without a single positive response. Not one…
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