What is your proposal?
Basically, think of the 5W's and 1H as in Who, What, When, Where, and Why. Who are you writing to? What is this proposal about? What are you willing to do? Ask yourself these types of questions.
Then at the end of the letter, just like a conclusion on a research paper, sum it all up in one or two sentences.
At the very end, make sure you close your letter with Sincerely,
by Crazdwriter 8 years ago
So after having written down the agents that I want to send to I decided that today I would get everything in order. Meaning writing a query letter, synopsis, outline, and whatever else that the agents want to be sent to them. A few even ask for a propossal package??!!??I am totaly confused,...
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by Seckin Esen 5 months ago
Do you think writing email has strengthened or weakened people’s writing skills?
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If you could write five to ten tips on how to write well, what would they be?...and would they differ between fiction and non-fiction; online and offline; textbook vs popular?
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