Worked on Eternal Knight for several hours today. It was great! I am on the final stretch and heading for the finish line.
What's left to do? Not much...
1) Complete the read-through. Wonderful and terrifying. No, I'm not describing the book--I'm describing my emotions. I really, really feel good about the novel. It reads like a "real" novel. This is where the terrifying comes in. What if I am utterly delusional? What if Eternal Knight isn't the book I think it is? Well, we'll find out soon.
2) Touch up my query. My query is definitely not incompetent. It won't be laughed at and instantly rejected. But is it good? I dunno. I have no prior writing accomplishments to boast of. Will the query land the hook?
3) Fix up synopsis. Ugh. Writing this was the worst.
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Read chapter one. I am always looking for feedback on this chapter. If I can get the agent to page 50 I know I will have them for the entire journey. But they won't get to page 50 if they don't get through chapter one.
Read my query letter. Spoiler alert! My query gives away the conclusion and major plot points of the novel.
Read my synopsis. Same spoiler alert as above, but even more so.
Please feel free to comment on any of the above. I am happy to get any help I can find.
Have a great one!