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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