Publishing Query Letter Review
If you are looking to pitch your book to publishers or agents, your query letter will be your first introduction to them. Many authors flub writing their query letters and include the wrong things or don't include necessary information. While many publishers and agents have unique query guidelines, most of them want the same things.
I will review your query letter, discuss it with you, and help you polish it so it will stand out amongst all the others.
Training & Qualifications
I am the Creative Director for Insomnia Publishing; I also worked as an editor for Divertir Publishing, and I have been in the business for five years.
Availability & Preferences
Since I expect we will do this through email or Skype, I am flexible about the time.
About Elizabeth Prybylski
Mrs. Prybylski has been in the publishing industry since 2010. Her current position as Insomnia Publishing's Creative Director is an exciting step forward in her career. She has also worked for other ...indie publishers as well as having provided freelance editing on many books. She has also been involved in typesetting and cover design for multiple novels while in the industry. In addition to writing, Mrs. Prybylski is a skilled violinist who has played for over twenty years. She currently acts as the "sweet" half of Sweetrock, an award-winning musical duo who plays at various venues around New England. Mrs. Prybylski teaches when she's not jamming and provides both classical instruction as well as a more modern take. She tries to teach students music they enjoy and includes artists of her students' choosing in the lesson plan. When she has free time, Mrs. Prybylski spends her time playing music, engaging in medieval reenactment with the Society of Creative Anachronism, puttering about her family farm, reading, and playing tabletop role-playing games. show moreOpen to other proposals
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