While my editor looks at the latest draft of my book, I've started to learn about query letters. I'm discovering that it's practically an art form in and of itself. I downloaded a very helpful webinar called "How to Get an Agent" from Writer's Digest, and after taking copious notes, am now re-writing the query letter draft I started earlier this week. I don't think I'm ready to start sending the query letters out yet, but I want to have everything set when I am ready - from a book synopsis to a book summary to plans for my next books. But back to the query letter. Boiling my 92,000 word book into 200-400 words, which includes a note to the agent and a brief bio of myself, is maybe even harder than writing a book. But, I love the challenge and I'm thankful for two things: 1. that there are so many helpful resources out there to guide me along my way and 2. that I have this pocket of time to do it.