One of the things I love to do as a writer is to help other writers succeed. I don’t mind sharing whatever information I’ve learned or that I come across as I research that will help my fellow wielders of the pen. That said, here is a blog that I follow—Carly Watters—who is a literary agent. This particular blog deals with the subject of finding a literary agent. Since I just did a post about successful writing and getting published, I thought this would make a great follow-up post. This is re-blogged from Carly’s site.
…as you all know…it’s not that simple.
So, that’s why I’m teaching my webinar again! HOW TO GET AN AGENT will run August 11 at 1pm EST, but don’t despair–if you can’t attend live and you’re still interested sign up anyway to get the live webinar emailed to you right after.
It’s full of great information and a QUERY CRITIQUE by yours truly.
Sign up here. See you in a few short weeks.
Many writers think getting a literary agent is the hardest thing they’ll have to do as a writer. They think agents are looking to turn away writers, when actually many agents are actively looking to sign new talent. How do you find these agents that have open doors?
Literary Agent Carly Watters works with many debut writers she’s signed from the slush pile who have become successful multi-published authors. She’ll share the industry expectations of debut…
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