Monthly Archives: May 2015

Every one Has a Story–Guest Blog #1

EVERYONE HAS A STORY Jeannie Ewing It baffles me that I’ve received recent accolades from friends and family regarding my authorship. Somehow people think authors are set apart from “the rest” of society, but quite the contrary is true. What … Continue reading

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New Guest Blog

Beginning this week, Friday, May 22, I will have a guest blog about writing and/or publishing. These blogs, by invitation only, will be carefully vetted for content applicability and author background.

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Query/Pitch/Synopsis

Queries, pitches and synopses are different things. A query is a one-page letter that explains what you’ve written, who you are, and why the agent should represent you or publisher should consider your book. In a query letter will be … Continue reading

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What is a synopsis?

A synopsis is an outline of the plot of a book that is 2-5 pages with from 500-1250 words. If your synopsis is 25-30 pages long, the agent or editor might lose interest after the first 5, so be succinct. … Continue reading

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