Savvy Authors Blog: How to Write Specific vs. Vague Conflict in a Query

The purpose of a query is to entice a literary agent or editor to read (more of) your manuscript. Some literary agents will only read the manuscript pages if the query entices them enough, other agents will read both the query and pages for each submission they receive, and yet others will read the pages … Continue reading Savvy Authors Blog: How to Write Specific vs. Vague Conflict in a Query

Query Hack: Critique #20 – YA Science Fiction

Dear Query Hack, In the land of everlasting sun, girls await the Matching and obey the godsdamned Rules, but Isa Morta is sick of walking on eggshells. She's got a guaranteed ticket out—the ability to make the crimson desert tremble with her rage. Very intriguing opening!  Hiding behind a lifetime of pain, she finds herself … Continue reading Query Hack: Critique #20 – YA Science Fiction

iWriterly Video: How to Write a Query: Specific vs. Vague Conflict

Tired of getting form rejections from agents? Or, perhaps you haven’t started querying yet and you’re looking to stand out in the query box. Learn how to write specific vs. vague conflict in a query in this iWriterly video. The purpose of a query is to entice a literary agent or editor to read (more … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Write a Query: Specific vs. Vague Conflict

YouTube Collab with Brittany Wang: How to Master Twitter for Authors

Meg LaTorre of iWriterly joins Brittany Wang on her YouTube channel for the second part of their YouTube collaboration on how to use Twitter as writers/authors. In the first video, Meg asked Brittany questions about Instagram and how published and aspiring authors can use it effectively. In this second video, Meg answers questions about how … Continue reading YouTube Collab with Brittany Wang: How to Master Twitter for Authors

iWriterly Video: How to Use Instagram for Writers | Collab with Brittany Wang

Are you looking to take your author platform to the next level and ramp up your social media content and engagement? Learn more about how to use Twitter and Instagram in this special iWriterly collab with Brittany Wang. This video is part of a two-part collab. In the first video, Meg LaTorre of iWriterly will … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Use Instagram for Writers | Collab with Brittany Wang