Save yourself time, energy, and disappointment by researching this newest edition of the Guide to Literary Agents where you’ll find up-to-date contact information and submission guidelines for the agent or editor who is open to looking at your manuscript for possible representation. Listings have been updated and verified. This edition also includes informative articles to help you present your work like a pro.
You’ll find more great info in Chuck’s blog.
Also, if you are looking for excellent agent and editor interviews, including an interview with Chuck, check out those by Cindy Hudson and Lori Russell over at Writers on the Rise.
You shared a bit about agents and editors on day twenty-one of the giveaway. Today, I’d like you tell us: why will an agent wish to partner with you? What do you have going for you as a writer that will cause agents to take notice? Don’t just tell us about your writing. In fact, let’s assume you write well. And you have a marketable idea. I want you to see you through an agent’s eyes. What’s to like? Choose qualities you think are relevant to selling books.
If this is your first post in the giveaway, please read “Da Rules.”
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