Saturday, August 01, 2009

Free Download for Query

Just a short note today thanking Lynette Labelle for her post on Noah Lukeman. He is an agent who wrote The First Five Pages. What I liked best about her post is she offered a link to Noah's site and he offers a one-time only free download of how to write a great query.

It is probably the best piece of advice I've seen so far on how to write one. I've been working all week on mine and after reading his advice, I've been able to tighten mine up so much better.

Well worth the run over there to download this information if you are in that stage of the process or hope to someday.

Maybe soon, I'll be able to report to you that it worked for me.

15 comments:

Stephanie Faris said...

I'll go check it out!

Lazy Writer said...

Thanks for pointing me in that direction!

Beth in NC said...

That is nice of you to share this with everyone.

Blessings to you Terri!

T. Anne said...

Thanx I love Noah!

Amy De Trempe said...

Thanks for the remind. I need to look into that.

Andrea said...

THANK YOU!
I also wanted to let you know: I LOVE Mozilla Firefox. What a difference it makes accessing others blogs. I am still trying to get use to the differences, but would NOT change back for anything!
Blessings, andrea

sarah said...

praying that it works for you. Sarah

Jessica said...

I've never read this book but I can def. see how the first five pages would set the tone for an entire book.

Janna Qualman said...

Awesome! I just downloaded the query help. Thanks, Terri (and Lynnette)!

Lin said...

thanks for link. i just had another article published today and will be paid $75 for 400 words so that's encouraging. Also been selling my little book to family and friends=have sold about 28 so far! Only printed 50....

Kathryn Magendie said...

Gawd, I guess I should mosey over there, since people keep telling me "get an agent, kat..

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Hi Terri -

I'd love to check this out, but if it's in pdf format, my computer will freeze up. (It's a long story.)

Blessings,
Susan :)

Lori said...

Hopping over here from to say hi. Saw you from Twitter, then saw your location and wanted to say hi to a fellow Floridian (little town outside of Daytona).

BeckyJoie at Leaders in Learning said...

I have the book thanks to a good friend. Now I need to read it. LOL.

Eileen Astels Watson said...

Excellent. Thanks for sharing!