Chuck Sambuchino (Editor)'s 2015 Guide to Literary Agents PDF

By Chuck Sambuchino (Editor)

ISBN-10: 1599638436

ISBN-13: 9781599638430

The easiest source on hand for locating a literary agent!

No subject what you are writing--fiction or nonfiction, books for adults or children--you want a literary agent as a way to get the easiest conventional publishing booklet deal attainable. The 2015 advisor to Literary brokers is your crucial source for locating that literary agent and getting your e-book acquired by way of a best writer. besides directory details for greater than 1,000 literary brokers who characterize writers and their books, this new, up to date version of GLA includes:

"10 purposes brokers Reject Your Manuscript"--helping you examine what to not do through the submission process
"New Agent Spotlights"--profiles of literary reps actively construction their purchaser lists correct now
thirteen debut writer luck tales: Writers clarify their paths to book, so that you can examine from their successes and spot what they did correct

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A first-time interviewee who played golf might reap a return invitation. Why couldn’t this concept apply to literary agents? I was a job seeker; they were hiring. How could I make them take a second look at me and the fabulous writing I offered? I reread bios and Googled deeper; I studied interviews and deciphered blogs. I read between the lines, earnestly seeking what made these people more than agents. Just like I canvassed the doctors and hairdressers in my life, I investigated these people for characteristics that bridged their preferences with mine.

WHY WON’T THE AGENT I QUERIED RETURN MY MATERIAL? An agent may not answer your query or return your manuscript for several reasons. Perhaps you did not include a self-addressed, stamped envelope (SASE). Many agents will discard a submission without a SASE. Or, the agent may have moved. com. Another possibility is that the agent is swamped with submissions. An agent can be overwhelmed with queries, especially if the agent recently has spoken at a conference or has been featured in an article or book.

So be genuine. Be your passionate self and the person who obviously has done the research. A relationship with an agent is to be entered seriously and practically, with both parties sharing excitement for a common goal. PHOTO: Gary W. Clark C. com, chosen by Writer’s Digest for its 101 Best Websites for Writers for the past 10 years. Her newsletters reach 40,000 readers weekly. She’s published in numerous online and print publications, including Writer’s Digest, The Writer Magazine and many Chicken Soups.

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