Hi all,

I've seen a handful of querying tips say "be as specific as possible!" and have seen another handful of them say "Your main goal is to get the agent to read the book - introduce a couple of questions that they just HAVE to know the answer to."

In some cases, those two things can be at odds with each other. What if you get to a point where you could withhold some information and hopefully make the agent think, "I have to know!" OR, you could give that information so as to be more specific and give a better feel of the context of the overall plot.

Which side would you err on and why? Thanks!