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Thread: Raynor-Neil Agency

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    practical experience, FTW Maddog's Avatar
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    Raynor-Neil Agency

    Anyone know anything about this agency-Raynor Neil? The website is pretty cheesy, no listing on P&E and not much to Google.

    http://www.raynorneil.com/

    Thanks!

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    P&E hasn't formed an opinion yet concerning that agency.
    When it comes to PA, the royalty check and the reality check arrive in the same envelope.

    Remember to be kind to writers who step in PA. They really don't know how bad it smells.

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    Thanks for the reply, Dave. Hmmm...that's quite cryptic. Does she have any sales?

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    We haven't seen any yet, though those may be documented elsewhere already.
    When it comes to PA, the royalty check and the reality check arrive in the same envelope.

    Remember to be kind to writers who step in PA. They really don't know how bad it smells.

    The difference between PA and WLA? None. Both have the stench of dead and dying books emanating from their doorways.


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