Time to start writing that query letter methinks: this site called AgentQuery had some interesting suggestions: Paragraph One—The Hook: A hook is a concise, one-sentence tagline for your book. It’s meant to hook your reader’s interest, and wind them in. The best way to understand how to write a hook is to read the loglines of the titles sold by agents in our free searchable AQ database. Paragraph Two—Mini-synopsis: This is where you get to distill your entire 300 page novel
Too many mysteries to tie together?
Sigh, Book 4, and I have to tie together clearing Annie’s good name, solving the whole arson thing and dealing with a brand spankin’ new Arch Nemesis. I may have bitten off more than I can chew. Why did I do this again? Oh yes, character development. Everyone who read books 1-3 tells me they want to know more about Portia, and that is why this book is so bloody complicated. Ok, so the whole Pigeon thing.. how about if two chefs at the Palace were feuding and one accused the o