I submitted my manuscript to a publisher and got a rejection two and a half weeks later. Did they look at my synopsis and make the decision or my query letter?

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It is impossible to say for certain which specific aspect of your submission the publisher based their decision on. However, it is likely that they considered both your query letter and synopsis in their evaluation. It is important to remember that publishers receive a large number of submissions and have to make quick decisions, so it is possible that they did not have time to thoroughly review every aspect of your submission. It is also possible that they were looking for something specific that did not align with your manuscript.

If you are looking for tips on how to improve your query letter and synopsis for future submissions, be sure to check out the link in our bio for helpful resources and advice. Keep persevering and don't let one rejection discourage you from pursuing your writing dreams.

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