I’ve talked to many writers who plan to self-publish. Not because they want to.

They assume they could never get an agent.

It’s true, agents sign at most a handful of new writers from the thousands and thousands of queries they receive.

What lands a book in the slush pile? Here’s what someagents say:

  • The book was submitted before the author made it as good as it could be.
  • It was poorly written, regardless of how good the plot was
  • The opening chapters were filled with backstory and info dumps
  • The book was not ready
  • Not understanding where your book fits in the market

There are only two things you need for an agent to seriously consider you.

  • An awesome novel.
  • A great query package targeted to the right agents.

That’s where I come in.

There are no guarantees you’ll wind up on the Times best seller list, of course, but working together we’ll make sure the opportunity is there.

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