An agent to Query: Melissa Edwards from @chucksambuchino

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Writer’s Digest: Guide to Literary Agents

An agent to Query: Melissa Edwards

From Chuck’s mail:

About Melissa: Melissa is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis and Vanderbilt Law School. She is a member in good standing of the New York State bar. While Melissa began her career as a commercial litigation attorney, she always maintained aspirations to work in publishing. At present, Melissa handles foreign rights for Aaron Priest and is actively reading to develop her own list. For the the rest of Chuck’s article, What Melissa’s seeking and How to submit to Melissa click here.

The Aaron M. Priest Literary Agency.

Ronovan

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An agent to Query: Abby Saul @BookySaul from @chucksambuchino

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Writer’s Digest: Guide to Literary Agents

An agent to Query: Abby Saul @BookySaul

From Chuck’s mail:

About Abby: Abby joined Browne & Miller Literary Associates in 2013 after spending five years on the production and digital publishing side of the industry, first at John Wiley & Sons and then at Sourcebooks. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Wellesley College. A zealous reader who loves her iPad and recognizes that ebooks are the future, she still can’t resist the lure of a print book. Abby’s personal library of beloved titles runs the gamut from literary newbies and classics, to cozy mysteries, to sappy women’s fiction, to dark and twisted thrillers. For the the rest of Chuck’s article, What Abby’s seeking and How to submit to Abby click here.

Ronovan

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New Agents @kimberlybrower & @RebeccaLScherer to Query from @ChuckSambuchino

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From Guide to Literary Agents with @ChuckSambuchino: 2 New Agents To Query

Kimberly Brower of Rebecca Friedman Literary Agency

Kimberly is seeking: Kimberly is interested in both commercial and literary fiction, with an emphasis in women’s fiction, contemporary romance, mysteries/thrillers, new adult and young adult, as well as certain areas of non-fiction, including business, diet and fitness.”

@kimberlybrower

 

Rebecca Scherer of Jane Rotrosen Agency

She is seeking: women’s fiction, mystery, suspense/thriller, romance, upmarket fiction at the cross between commercial and literary”

@RebeccaLScherer

For more information about how to submit click the names to go to Chuck’s site.

 

 

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How I Got My Agent @vleighwrites hosted by @ChuckSambuchino

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does a blog with Writer’s Digest called A Guide To Literary Agents and one of his features is How I Got My Agent and today’s is . If you see this color, it is a link put in by LWI.


 

“How I Got My Agent” is a recurring feature on the Guide to Literary Agents Blog, with this installment featuring Vicki Leigh, author of CATCH ME WHEN I FALL. These columns are great ways for you to learn how to find a literary agent. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. If you have a literary agent and would be interested in writing a short guest column for this GLA blog, e-mail me at literaryagent@fwmedia.com and we’ll talk specifics.

My road to finding my agent is a bit different than most, an exciting journey that took me to cloud nine with a terrible bout of whiplash. I took a route that many might not recommend, a risky one that could’ve had catastrophic consequences. But let’s start at the beginning.

ONCE UPON A TIME

In January 2013, the idea sparked for my upcoming Young Adult debut, CATCH ME WHEN I FALL. I’d shelved one story by this point, having received multiple rejections for what I now realize was a horrible manuscript, and was anxious to begin something new. As someone who suffered from vicious nightmares, writing from the point of view of a character who protects the living from them was both exciting and therapeutic. For seven months, I poured my heart and soul into my book, and after multiple rounds of revising via the help of my fantastic critique partners, I sent out my first queries.

Read the rest of the story at WritersDigest.com by clicking here.


 

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