A Query Letter Alert (about an interview with Wendy Burt-Thomas)

Today I received an email alert from Victoria Mixon about her just-posted interview with Wendy Burt-Thomas, author of The Writer’s Digest Guide to Query Letters.

In this far-reaching interview, Wendy answers just about any question you might ever have about query letters. And whether you write fiction or non-fiction, you should benefit from Wendy’s wide knowledge about query letters. If you’d like to read the complete interview, just click on this link to Victoria’s site.

You may remember Victoria — she did a guest post on “Handling Rejections” on this site just a few days ago. Thanks again, Victoria, for writing that post, and for alerting us to Wendy’s interview.

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2 Comments on “A Query Letter Alert (about an interview with Wendy Burt-Thomas)”

  1. […] Daley has a great link on her post A Query Letter Alert (about an interview with Wendy Burt-Thomas).  Victoria Mixon interviewed Wendy Burt-Thomas, author of The Writer’s Digest Guide to Query […]

  2. gotheca says:

    Thanks for posting this link, Laverne! The interview with Wendy was so fun to do–I lined up every impossible question I could possibly think of and fired them all at her, and she bounced them all back to me loaded with great answers.

    I also did a humor piece on how not to write query letters for her website, called “Hooks from Hell”, which just went up. That’s at http://www.askwendy.com, if you want to take a look!

    best,
    Victoria


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