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Continuing our posts on editing, an fantastic archived post from Jenny Bent:   Lately I’ve been reading some really otherwise great manuscripts that seem to share the same three problems.  Since I’m seeing these missteps so much, I’m figuring that … Continue reading

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Jenny Bent will be closed to queries until July 15, 2015.  If you query before midnight TONIGHT (that’s 12AM Eastern time), you can expect a response in due course. If Jenny has requested a manuscript from you (from a previous … Continue reading

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In the warmer months, I am lucky enough to be able to take this idyllic walk through the woods.  I took a picture of this little hill because to this day, whenever I walk up a hill, I hear the … Continue reading

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Wow, we have so many really amazing foreign rights deals to report this month.  Congrats to the following TBA clients:  Becky Albertalli’s SIMON VS. THE HOMO SAPIENS AGENDA sold in Turkey to Pegasus Yayincilik. Harriet Reuter Hapgood’s THE SQUARE ROOT … Continue reading

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I couldn’t be happier about announcing a deal for the amazing Goldy Moldavsky and her debut novel KILL THE BOY BAND.  This book is so dark, so funny, so edgy and COOL that I almost can’t believe I am lucky … Continue reading

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So many amazing subsidiary deals to report!  Congratulations to the following TBA clients:Becky Albertalli’s SIMON VS.  THE HOMOSAPIENS AGENDA sold in Spain to Urano.LH Cosway’s SIX OF HEARTS sold in Germany to Lyx.Alwyn Hamilton’s REBEL OF THE SANDS sold in … Continue reading

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To round off our month of blogging about conferences, we have a post from the archives from Jenny… Say you are an author looking for a literary agent and you go to a conference.  And there are literary agents at … Continue reading

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