Learn to Write a Query and Synopsis

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Credit: jamieraintree.com

Writing a query and synopsis for your novel is, arguably, more difficult than writing the darned story itself. How do you condense 90,000 words into a mere 3-400 words (for a query) or a page for a synopsis?

Join me for the following workshops and learn to do the impossible. You’ll leave with a working copy of your own query and synopsis.

Monday, August 15 – Synopsis WorkshopThe Dreaded Synopsis Made Easy (you’ll work on your own synopsis. Bring laptop.) 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Cost: $40 Email beverleyburgessbell@gmail.com to register and for location

Monday, August 29 – Query Workshop Draft Your Query Letter (you’ll work on your own query) 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Cost: $40 Email beverleyburgessbell@gmail.com to register and for location

The final piece of the puzzle is finding the right agent to help you get your book published. With hundreds of agents in both the United States and Canada, finding the one that suits you can be challenging. This workshop gives you the tools to find the right match for you and your manuscript.

Monday, September 5– Workshop – Guide to Finding a Literary Agent 12:30 – 3:30 Cost: $40 p.m. Email beverleyburgessbell@gmail.com to register and for location

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