HOW TO FIND A LITERARY AGENT

How do I write a query letter? I’m not sure what to include or how to best pitch my book. 

How do I find the right for my novel? I don’t know where to look and don’t have connections in the industry. 

Why does my book keep getting rejected? It must just not be good enough.

Does this sound like you?

One of the most common obstacles writers face in getting published is finding an agent.

Writers often find the querying process complicated and overwhelming. As a result, writers receive constant rejections without understanding why. This can plunge writers into a cyclone of self-doubt as they begin asking themselves: “Is my manuscript the problem? My query letter? Or is this agent just not the right fit?”

The root of this problem is actually quite simple: writers don’t know what agents are looking for, and don’t understand what standards they need to meet in order for agents to take their writing seriously.

In the Writing Gym, we get real results by helping writers understand both agent expectations and market trends. Through regular communication with high-level agents, editors, and publishers, Annalisa is able to hone in on the ever-moving target of what publishers and agents are seeking now and why.

That’s the Writing Gym Difference.   

 

How would it feel to have a publishing expert give you specific feedback and advice on your query letter and pitch?

How would it feel to know that your manuscript is at the top of an agents’s pile?

How would it feel to start getting manuscript requests, rather than rejections?

  The Writing Gym Difference

Writing Gym Founder resident Writing Coach Annalisa parent gets success for her authors due to her relationships with agents, editors, and publishers, and the ability to ask questions on her author’s behalf. 

We help writers find an agent not only by connecting them to the right people, but by helping them write query letters and pitches that are up to industry standards. Though many authors have tried, you won’t fool literary agents if your query letter is just not up to snuff. 

Annalisa spends countless hours every year speaking with industry professionals to provide Writing Gym writers with the most up to date information available in the industry.

The Writing Gym is accepting select writers to join our community of successful, published authors.

If you’re serious about doing the work it takes to play in the big leagues and land an agent, if you’re tired of rejection without reason and ready for a real solution, let’s chat.

We’ll spend about an hour talking about where you are, where you’d like to go, and how you can get there. 

If you’re serious about not just finding a literary agent, but finding the agent who’s in love with your work, let’s talk. 

What authors are saying . . .

“I was having some doubts about how my second book was going to grab an audience. Working with Annalisa, she gave me a lot of valuable and positive feedback, which gave me a lot of incentive to go forward. This was instrumental in presenting myself to publishers, especially where Annalisa helped me sharpen up my pitch.” - Terry Harkin (Read more about Terry’s Success Working With Annalisa)

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