If you've queried me recently (as in after the last time I'd cleared out my incoming query mailbox) and received a form rejection, take a good look at your query letter.
Does it tell me about the book? I don't mean you tell me "it's amazing" or "it's a page turner." I mean, did you tell me who the main character is and what the conflict is or the choices the MC faces?
No? Form rejection.
Did you tell me enough about the book that I could see I might want to read it? In other words did you write a PARAGRAPH about what the book is about?
No? Form rejection
Did you send a couple quick sentences about yourself and then say, here are the first couple pages attached below?
Yes? Form rejection
The good news? If you try again, and I mean you REWRITE that query letter and tell me what the damn book is about and send it again, I'll read it. DO NOT MENTION this is another query.
I make no apology for form rejections if you don't tell me what the book is about and I'm not tolerating any crap about it in the comment column.
I figure I've done my part by telling you there's a problem and identifying the solution.