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If your publishing path is the traditional route, you must attempt to get an agent. It’s a rare thing for an author to get a book published traditionally without an agent. Agents want to sell your book, and they love to read. So you must first sell the book to an agent, and to do that, you must know how to write a synopsis.
The synopsis is not a blurb.
It is a short description of your book, hitting the high points and it does give away the ending.
The synopsis should only be one page long, written in third person, present tense. Many agents say three to five paragraphs will do it. So how do you fit a novel onto one page?
You give the agent the bare bones of the book.
Things they want to see detailed in those paragraphs:
- Protagonist and major characters
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