Critique of Jennifer Johnson’s Query Letter

Here’s my critique of Jennifer Johnson’s query letter. Thanks to¬†Jennifer for volunteering. Feel free to add to my crit, agree with it or disagree. Reading is subjective, and to a certain degree, so is editing.

Below is my detailed critique. Please select FULL SCREEN to view, then once the document is open RIGHT CLICK to ZOOM and view the comments.

Jennifer Johnson’s Query 1

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Lynnette Labelle

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  1. Lynnette Labelle says:

    I should add that when I recommend for someone to write the blub as if the character’s writing it, I mean as an exercise to get into the character’s voice. Most likely you wouldn’t use that piece as a part of the blurb.

    Lynnette Labelle
    http://www.labelleseditorialservices.com

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