Here are some FREE links to help you with
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READY TO SUBMIT A MANUSCRIIPT?
Check out this post @ BookEnds, LLC: SUBMISSIONS 101
WANT TO SEE ANOTHER QUERY CRITIQUE?
Writer, Writer, Pants on Fire has done one for you: THE SATURDAY SLASH
NEED SOME ADVICE FROM AN AMAZING AUTHOR?
Cassandra Clare links to some helpful information on writing, creating characters, building fantasy worlds, plot, dialogue, and getting published. GO HERE.
MORE QUERY ADVICE
From a helpful agent/author chat @ Mother. Write. (Repeat). HERE.
Here's a teaser. I found this advice particularly helpful: "That said, once you’re ready, I recommend drafting a concise query that doesn’t summarize the plot in step-by-step fashion but instead moves us through your story’s major movements and gives us a sense for how your characters arc. It’s so important, I think, to highlight in a query an emotional throughline for your story or protagonist--really, I don’t see enough queries that do. It’s the emotional arc (that runs alongside your story arc) that hooks me in a query, and which makes me want to read the book."--Michelle Andelman of Regal Literary