iWriterly Video: Questions to Ask Literary Agents on “The Call”

For writers hoping to traditionally-publish their manuscripts and who are seeking literary representation, "the call" is when a literary agent and writer will talk about a possible business relationship (and usually when an agent offers representation). Join Meg LaTorre in this iWriterly video to learn what questions you should ask literary agents on "the call" … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Questions to Ask Literary Agents on “The Call”

Query Hack: Critique #14 – MG Urban Fantasy

Dear Query Hack, Obsessed with his father’s murder, Leonidas discovers he’s a descendant of the legendary monster hunter Abraham van Helsing. And therefore, a target of the monsters responsible for his dad’s death. Neato story premise! I like that we're quickly acquainted with Leonidas' abilities/family history, but I found myself wanting a hook about Leonidas … Continue reading Query Hack: Critique #14 – MG Urban Fantasy

Query Hack: Critique #4 – Adult Literary Fiction

Dear Query Hack, I think The Flametenders will pique your interest because of your desire to represent literary fiction that is accessible. It is historically accurate without being intimidating and contains many magical elements that are aligned with what was practiced by Pagans in Ancient Rome during this time period. Manuscript titles should be written … Continue reading Query Hack: Critique #4 – Adult Literary Fiction

iWriterly Video: Query Hack: Critique #3 – YA Fantasy

Have you written a novel and are seeking literary representation? Are you submitting queries to literary agents but with no success? iWriterly has launched Query Hack, a query critique opportunity for novel writers.   What is Query Hack? Query Hack is a query critique platform launched by the iWriterly team where writers have the opportunity … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Query Hack: Critique #3 – YA Fantasy