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Colin Sinclair Dec 6
I hope you all had an awesome . Now if only i could find a for my published book.
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Karen DeBonis Jun 20
Literary agents: Should a memoirist with a completed manuscript but no agent or publisher yet submit excerpts or chapters to lit mags?
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Peggy Davenport Dec 14
how did you find your ? Share your here!
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Ryan Lloyd Jul 16
A sincere thank you to the agents that reply with an honest and polite pass. I can't imagine the depths of your slush pile, and appreciate the minutes that I was given. =)
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Sebastian Alexander Mar 5
Calling all troops! I need your help. Editor asked me to give my her an expectations list for her editing of my first draft. What should I ask her to do, so that I get the best bang for my buck?
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Sassy Librarian May 14
Doing query letters while watching shark tank like
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Sebastian Alexander Feb 28
is there a market for dark and twisted ? Any examples of successful titles? Any want to chime in?
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Ella Shawn Jun 21
, just submitted my first . I'm nervous and excited.
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Erin Lenderts Jan 24
What should I look for in a literary agent? Positive and negative signs to watch out for? Help! Querying noob here.
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The Word Jun 24
Q1 for : Tell us a little about how you became a . Did you really work a Swiss bank before switching to agenting? (A good choice!)
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Amy Flashman Mar 12
Is there website for authors to write and post their pitches and query letters for agents to just browse?
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Sangeeta Mehta Aug 2
"The most exciting thing for me has always been reading a voice I’ve never read before, coming across a perspective, point of view, or experience that’s different and new. The advice I always give is just to communicate what it is that makes you unique." ~
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Anthony Jul 22
Autocorrect needs to chill. Kaplan Stahler should NEVER be changed to Kaplan athlete. That couldn't be further from correct if you tried.
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J. J. Hanna is REALLY EXCITED Jan 17
Hey and ! If you could have a with a , what would you ? Let me know and I'll see what I can do about getting those answers to you. :)
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N J Simmonds is on deadline 😬 Jan 2
Things I'd like to see happen to me in 2019: - secure a . Yep, I have two trad published books out this year yet still looking for rep. - more public speaking / lecturing gigs + workshop teaching. - write for an anthology. There you go, universe. Do your best ✨
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Sassy Librarian May 15
When writers keep sending me messages and query letters through LinkedIn
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Valentina Baptiste🌙🔮✨📚 Mar 8
, I need some advice. I’m launching a literary development company later this year and it needs a . Does anyone know any strategies to craft a query for a company and not a manuscript?
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Jo Seysener Dec 11
That waiting for a to reply ... like going up backwards in a roller coaster, knowing it will drop, but not when.
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Rose Quinn 🌟 Jul 12
Want a sneak peek of tomorrow's episode with - head over to my IG and check out my stories. on IG too. ♥️♥️
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Marisa Zeppieri Jun 5
Hybrid memoir, memoir, and self-help is on my Query your coming of age, food-related, illness themed, or other heartwarming and "can't put down" manuscripts!
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