Our small company educates authors about traditional publishing and supports them as they navigate the process of querying literary agents and publishers. We create query letter packages for fiction and nonfiction authors to help them pitch their manuscripts effectively and achieve their publishing goals.
What do we offer?
The query letter package we offer contains the three documents agents and publishers usually request for submissions: (1) a compelling query letter that highlights the strengths of the manuscript, (2) a manuscript synopsis that gives just enough detail to entice, and (3) an outline of the manuscript’s major plot or information points. To help you narrow in on which agencies or publishers are right for your material, we also provide a targeted list of 10 agents or publishers you can submit to. We can provide the contact info of more than 10 agents or publishers, as well.
Who are we?
The team at QueryLetter.com is made up of publishing industry professionals dedicated to helping authors achieve their goals. Some of us have worked at literary agencies, others at publishing houses, and some are published fiction or nonfiction authors, so we know the ins and outs of the query process and can identify exactly what agents and publishers are looking for. We also understand how difficult it can be to take a step back from your manuscript and see it the way an agent or publisher would, so when authors trust us to do so, we never take that lightly.
Choosing to publish traditionally is a big decision, and you may be on the fence about trusting someone else to write your query letter and other submission materials. Unfortunately, while the internet has created massive opportunities for authors, it has also given unscrupulous companies ways to take advantage of those hoping to achieve their publishing dreams. When you choose to work with QueryLetter.com, you can rest assured that your manuscript is in the hands of experienced professionals who know the publishing industry. We take the time to read each manuscript thoroughly, to study the market and identify the saleable points of your material, and to craft a query letter we would be proud to submit ourselves.