by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Over the past two months, we’ve talked about basic query don’ts and dos. This month, we’ll discuss the anatomy of a query letter. Read More →

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by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Last month, we talked about basic query don’ts. This month, we’ll tackle basic query dos. We’ll wrap up in September with the anatomy of a query letter. Read More →

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by Sarah Hamaker, reluctant marketer

Last month, we talked about how to find outlets for your articles. Today’s topic is how to pitch those articles to editors in a query. In our fast-paced world, writers often have only less than a minute in which to make a good impression on editors, producers and publishers. That’s why every writer should hone a fantastic query or pitch for each piece of work, whether it’s an article, a book, or a radio or TV segment. Read More →

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kathyide

Hi! I’m Kathy Ide. In addition to being a published author, I’m a full-time professional freelance editor. For CAN, I’m blogging about tips for writers based on the manuscripts I edit.

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