The Renegade Writer's Query Letters That Rock: The Freelance Writer's Guide to Selling More Work Faster

The Renegade Writer s Query Letters That Rock The Freelance Writer s Guide to Selling More Work Faster This convention defying follow up to The Renegade Writer ensures that freelance journalists get the assignments they want quickly and for better pay with the right query letter Successful freelancers

  • Title: The Renegade Writer's Query Letters That Rock: The Freelance Writer's Guide to Selling More Work Faster
  • Author: Linda Formichelli Diana Burrell
  • ISBN: 9781933338095
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Paperback
  • This convention defying follow up to The Renegade Writer ensures that freelance journalists get the assignments they want quickly and for better pay with the right query letter Successful freelancers and the editors that buy their work share their advice on pitching the perfect story with real examples that earned great assignments from major magazines Fresh, spunkyThis convention defying follow up to The Renegade Writer ensures that freelance journalists get the assignments they want quickly and for better pay with the right query letter Successful freelancers and the editors that buy their work share their advice on pitching the perfect story with real examples that earned great assignments from major magazines Fresh, spunky, and fun to read, this handbook favors a proven renegade approach that gets freelancers work for money in less time and with less stress.

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    1. This was a good book but aimed more for freelance magazine writers. I was hoping to learn more about querying fiction or picture book manuscripts. It did list some good ideas on how to find editor's names and how to structure a query. Also listed some examples for those who are visual.

    2. Sometimes, I just need a good kick-in-the-pants to get me thinking about freelancing, whether from an online course or an e-book. This book did it, and got me on a motivational, querying streak all weekend long. Although some of the commentary by query writers and editors was contradictory -- Use a quote in your query! Don't use a quote! Research tons in advance! Just throw something out there! -- I think I picked up a lot of general tips to get me moving in the right direction and, most importa [...]

    3. A great resource for freelance writers looking to improve their first and foremost attack: the query letter. This book gives hundreds of tips, dispels countless myths and provides plenty of examples of quality query letters, making it a great reference.

    4. Was looking for inspiration as I jump back into freelancing to make some extra cash. Query Letters That Rock contain just that, with some worthwhile FAQs to start you out.While some of the book is dated, with long-gone markets, but the advice is timeless.

    5. Excellent book about freelance writing. I've been freelancing for alomst three years now, and the Renegade books are still useful. Highly recommended. Love the blog, too, at therenegadewriter.

    6. This is a useful book for people starting out. I had already taken a class in query letters and was looking for a book for a friend. This one is very helpful with examples to follow.

    7. I'm interested in freelancing, and queries scare the crap out of me. This book made the subject seem less frightening. As for the follow-throughwell, I'm working on it.

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