So I'm not writing 10,000 words this week, at least not yet, but I am sending queries. And after all that work, and all that research, and knowing all the stupid things people do, I went and did one.
Getting an agent's name wrong in a query is often regarded by agents as a surefire path to rejection. I, of course, to ensure staying on the the path, not only put the name of the agency owner in my salutation, rather than the actual agent's name, which I knew, and had even spelled wrong a few times whilst Googling, I also sent it to the wrong email address.
So I followed up with a quick apology, letting said agent know I was resending my query to the proper address. That's when I noticed I'd addressed the first, and subsequent second, query incorrectly. So I sent another one, apologizing yet again.
I expect after four emails, in the span of two minutes, this particular agent will either see through to my gritty determination, or will request a restraining order.
Let's just say, I'm moving on...