Saturday, May 03, 2014

The query has flown!

I just sent my first query letter to my first potential agent with my first manuscript. Since it can take up to two months for an agent to get back to you, it will probably be a slow process of trying a couple of different agents before I get on with self-publishing. I still dream of publishing this manuscript in 2014, but the next time I write a manuscript, I'll take my time querying many agents. I want to be one of those writers who can wallpaper with all her rejection letters. That's how you know you're an active writer! Inactive writers don't even get rejection letters. Their manuscripts just sit in a drawer and I've already done that. If my work is getting rejected, at least that shows I'm interacting with the world.

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