Tag Archives: Publishing Industry

I thought it might be interesting for people to see how the process of selling a book works, from the time the agent and author first meet to the day that the deal is closed.    I recently sold a wonderful … Continue reading

Deal Announcements, Jenny's posts

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Summer is officially over and there’s a definite back-to-school feeling in the air. We spent the summer months talking about marketing and author events on the blog — in case you were on vacation and missed any of our posts, … Continue reading

Gemma's posts

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Today on the blog, I’ve interviewed my clients Mo O’Hara, Sam Watkins, Ruth Fitzgerald and Sam Hay about school visits. If you are a debut author thinking about planning school visits, we hope you find this helpful. If you have … Continue reading

Gemma's posts, Guest Posts

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We are talking marketing on the blog for the next few months, and TBA clients Rachael Allen and Felicia Chernesky have kindly shared some advice for new authors.  First up, Rachael:    1. You can’t do everything. If you’re a … Continue reading

Gemma's posts, Guest Posts

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For the next few months, we are going to be talking about marketing on the blog – so stay tuned for tips from TBA clients, posts from our agents, and lots of interviews.     To start with, we have … Continue reading

Gemma's posts

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We’re so happy to have a guest on the blog today, Kristin Ostby.  Kristin is a Senior Editor at Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, and we adore her taste – especially since she’s publishing three Bent Agency titles … Continue reading

Guest Posts

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Today is the day! From 12-3PM EST, Victoria Lowes and Beth Phelan will answer your pressing questions about queries, the art of querying, the agonizing rejections, the energizing requests and offers, and anything else related to queries that you can … Continue reading

Victoria's posts

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