I was extremely lucky to secure a 1-2-1 with my agent of choice (who just so happens to be on my shortlist).
I think I've come to the point that I've tinkered as much as I can with my synopsis and query letter, and I'm geeing myself to start sounding out my submissions.
Here comes the question... My 1-2-1 states in an interview that she isn't a fan of the blurb in the query letter, as she doesn't want to read that, and then the synopsis (which I completely understand). So, do I send a separate letter, specifically tailored for her, in the hopes that she might like my work enough to request more... or do I send her the standard letter and just hope for general feedback on that? OR (third option) - do I query her now, with the tailored letter, but then also send through the standard blurb letter for the 1-2-1?
I tend to overthink everything to the nth degree, and I'm finding it difficult to make a decision.
Thanks, oh knowledgeable ones.