querier

NOUN
  1. someone who asks a question
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  • I like to call this the Good Query Gone Bad: it contains all the basic elements (although not done very well); the querier has clearly given some thought to the market appeal of his book (but not presented the results very convincingly); the story itself sounds rather interesting (despite being poorly described). Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Querypalooza, part XIX: pulling all of those disparate elements together into a harmonious whole, or, may I see those principles in practice, please?
  • Sometimes, this request does come out of a genuinely blue sky, whacking a conscientious multiple querier or submitter right in the noggin. Author! Author! » 2010 » September
  • Only if Millicent finds the query letter compelling will she read any of the attached materials at all, which has even more drawbacks for the querier than might at first be apparent. Author! Author! » 2010 » September
  • But it does give her some indication of whether the querier has done any homework about how agencies work, or how books get published. Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Querypalooza, part XIII: showing off your qualifications (over and above the obvious)
  • Due to there being a distinct lack of personal space I personally blame the sheer amount of people taking so much of it up in modern civilisation, I presume that the bedroom is the only room in which the querier can do this. Ask Lifehacker: Sending My PC To Sleep | Lifehacker Australia
  • What do you call making a querier write ANOTHER letter to an agent who has already agreed to read my work? Author! Author! » Blog Archive » Querypalooza, part XVIII: wrapping it all up and (not) tying it with a big, pretty bow
  • To that end, I want to make absolutely certain that each and every querier and submitter out there understands two things — no, make that three: Author! Author! » 2010 » September
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