Anyone else working on a query letter?
I've been rewriting mine with little results. I think I need to just scratch what I have and start a new one. Trying to revise the old one only keeps the old stuff in there.
I'm posting the most recent revise. What do you all think?
Here it is:
Morgan received an extraordinary gift for her sixteenth birthday. Her
grandfather gave her a Memory Book and taught her how to erase memories. To
keep the memories from becoming her own she must write them in the Memory Book.
When the Book is stolen, River is no longer able to tell the difference from
her memories from those she's wiped away. Unless she finds the Memory Book, her
identity will be lost forever.
The Book becomes a memory stealing book when placed in the wrong hands. Shae
Conniers thought she had swiped a cool looking journal but it ends up she
gotten nothing but trouble. The powers of the Book sound intriguing to Shae but
when the memories swirling around her head turn scary, she's glad the memories
lead her to River so she can rid herself of the nightmare memories. Although
the girls personality clash big time, they know they must unite to fight the
powers of the Book. River has the Book back, why hasn't her memories returned?
To unlock the powers for the book, River connects with some underground forces
who promise they have the answers she need. The choice comes at a high price
for Shae. Now River must choose between finding her own identity or doing what
is right for Shae. Or, she can search for the answer that will save them both.
SOUL DRIVER is a YA
Historical Fantasy mash-up of Sleeping Beauty and The Shadowy One, a Celtic
myth, and is complete at 60,000 words.
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