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Query Letter
© Diana Redman

A query letter should begin with addressing the editor as Mr/Mrs/Miss or Miss and you should never put Dear Val or Dear John until you have set up a rapport with them.

A standard letter usually tells the publisher what the name of the novel is, whether or not it's finished, the word count and the story content.

Most publishers will give you a fair idea of what they require in a query letter but if for want a sample of one, please go here.


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