How to Write a Query Letter and
Synopsis that Sell Your Book
(1 session/2 hours)
Dates: No course scheduled at this time
Time: 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. CST
Ready to climb the ladder of success?
Then you need to learn how to write a book proposal that sells your novel!
A fiction book proposal consists of the query letter and synopsis. Savvy fiction writers know that the vast majority of book editors require a completed manuscript before offering a contract; however, an editor won't invite you to submit your manuscript for serious consideration until you've learned to write a query letter and synopsis that intrigues them.
In this online writing workshop, learn proven methods of writing a book proposal that will capture the interest of a literary agent and editor. We'll discuss the answers to questions such as:
How do you write a query letter?
How do you write a synopsis?
What part of the agent query can be handled by phone?
What are the different types of synopses?
Why shouldn't your synopsis read like your novel?
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About the Instructor:
Adrienne deWolfe is a multi-published, award-winning novelist and fiction instructor, who has developed novel-writing courses for a Texas college in Austin. You can learn more about Adrienne's writing credentials in the "About Adrienne deWolfe" section of this website.
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