Please consider the following things when submitting to HiveMind
A cover letter:
The best cover letters are brief (perhaps a page long) and professional. Foremost, we want to know who you are, and why you wrote this book. If you are a non-fiction author, what authority do you have, and what research or resources have you drawn upon? Also, why should we publish your work, and why might it appeal to readers? All authors should consider how their perspective is unique, and what makes their work stand out from other books of the same genre.
A brief synopsis of your work:
For fiction submissions, it is important to try to find a balance between outlining the plot adequately, and not giving too many details away. A good synopsis is succinct, and reveals enough of the story to give the publisher an idea of its direction, but withholds enough juicy details to keep the publisher interested. Show your synopsis to as many people as possible for their input so you can be as clear as possible.
A non fiction synopsis should be more detailed, and give an overview of the book’s central argument or aim.
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