If you want to know more about me and what I take on, go to my website. If you’re looking to find out what I’m wishing for, who my clients are, what we’re up to, and where to find me online, still go to my website, but check out the “what I’m into” page.

10 responses to “ABOUT

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  2. Your blog made me breathe a sigh of relief. I have self published two books- one of which is a cross between chick lit paranormal. It is the first in what is to be a series of books and I have already started two and three.
    The other is a children’s book. Please e-mail me if you’re interested in details. 🙂
    Warm Regards

  3. Sounds good. Question…do you only want Young Adult? I’m unpublished and have two books in the works. I have not been too quick to get representation because – well I want to make sure it’s FUN – and well written so I don’t embarrass myself. I will be getting my query ready. Chow.

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  6. I would love to send a query and a sample to you, but I’m embarrassed to say, I haven’t written a synopsis for the story just yet. I know…I know…I need to get on that! I have a fun story with quirky characters and some very interesting twists and turns, and I’m dying to find someone who will give it the love it deserves. From what I’ve read of you so far, you sound like you might just be that person. I guess I’d better get writing that synopsis…

  7. Are you only looking for YA Horror? My husband has a completed adult horror novel that needs representation. I do not want to forward him your information if you are not accepting adult horror manuscripts. I promise it will be worth your time to read it.

  8. Can you tell me what is “edgy contemporary” women’s fiction? My novel is literary and humorous, with romance, travel and academic pursuits. Cheryl

  9. Hello! I just wanted to say how informative and FUN I found your blog! I have a novel in the works and have just been casting about looking at different prospective agents. I enjoyed reading your topics so much, especially Harry Belafonte: man of inspiration. Very impressive moral to that story. As soon as I finish my book I hope to send you a query.

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