Shoot me for asking what I'm sure is a really dumb question. If you're writing a query and it's an agent that wants email, only email, which I actually prefer... Do you do the whole formal letter bit like you would if mailing it in?
I ask because honestly I think if I ever had someone email me and it included my address, their address, and the date inside the body of the email in standard formal letter format I'd think it a little odd. Or do you simply do:
Subject Line: Query - [NAME OF YOUR BOOK - YOUR NAME]
Dear [Insert Agent Name Here]:
blah, blah, blah... NOT THAT I'M REALLY GOING TO SAY BLAH, BLAH, BLAH.
[Your Phone Number]
No need to add your email because they already have it.
Why add a date to it because that comes up automatically in their inbox...
Do I have my thinking correct or should it be more formal than that?
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