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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

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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

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Continuing our month discussing queries, we have a great post from the archives from TBA agent Victoria Lowes: As I make my daily trek into the slush pile, I’m often quite surprised at just how many authors make the same … Continue reading

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After our month talking about conferences on the blog, we are now going to spend some time on query letters and submissions. Next week agents Beth Phelan and Victoria Lowes will run a query letter Ask Us Anything (stay tuned … Continue reading

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This month is all about conferences on the blog, so we’ve asked some TBA clients a question: “What is the most important thing you’ve learned at a conference?”Lori Roy  Edgar-award winning author of BENT ROAD and the forthcoming LET ME … Continue reading

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As the newest agent currently at TBA, memories of my very first internship search are still quite vivid. It was time-consuming, exhausting and I got a lot of no’s. But luckily one agent was willing to take a chance on … Continue reading

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Having just been away at the Bologna and London Book Fairs, my queries have got a bit backed up, so I’ve just read quite a few and have noticed some similar mistakes cropping up.  Molly and I analysed a lot … Continue reading

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