What is the best way to find an agent? How long should you wait to follow up with agents who are non-responsive? If an agent sends an encouraging rejection letter, should you revise your manuscript and resubmit to the same agent? Do you have an agent, but wonder if you need to part ways and find another one? Researching, querying, and managing relationships with agents can be a nail-biting experience. I can help demystify the process.
We schedule a date, I call you at the appointed time, and we discuss all your agent-related questions in 60 minutes. If we finish in less than an hour, we bank the remaining time for another day. We’ll schedule the phone call within 30 days of my receipt of the fee and signed agreement. Payment can be made via Venmo, check, or money order. Note: I do not act as a matchmaker between writers and agents, nor do I review written material for agent consultations. If you desire feedback on your work, I recommend you opt for a manuscript edit, manuscript critique, or manuscript read.
Agent Consultation Fee: $99
To schedule an agent consultation, please do the following:
1) Go to the Categories page to determine if I work with your kind of writing.
2) Visit the FAQ page, as the answers to some of your questions may already be there.
3) E-mail the information requested below to firstname.lastname@example.org, and put “Agent Consultation Request” in the subject line.
Home mailing address:
Could you provide a short description of your book idea?:
If your work is fiction, what kind is it (fantasy, science fiction, literary, etc.)?:
Is it for adults, young adults, or children?:
Is it written in English or Spanish?:
What is your writing background (journalism, MFA, college creative writing courses, etc.)?:
How familiar are you with the publishing industry (newbie, a bit informed, have conducted extensive research)?:
What are your specific questions or concerns?:
Who recommended me to you? If you weren’t referred to me, how did you find out about my services?: