Getting into the writing game doesn’t just mean composing entire books, dreaded synopses, and query letters, you also need an author bio.
Yep! As much as you might want the focus to only be on the art you’ve created, agents, publishers, and readers are going to want to know about the person behind the pen, and an author bio helps them do that. What will help you craft a worthy one are these dos and don’ts.
Author Bio Dos and Don’ts
Don’t Write Just One
While you can base your bios off the same info, using a one-size-fits-all approach doesn’t work for every place you’ll list it. For example, a bio listed on your own blog or website can be a few paragraphs long. A bio that goes at the end of a query letter needs to only be a few sentences.
The best thing to do is to…
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