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OMG> CHUMPLET, is that you!!!
What Chumplet actually looks like with the 'stache:
HAH! Women's fiction is at its best when it's written by a man with a 'stache and a provacative plunging neckline. Chumplet has it going on!
Bur-- I mean, Chumplet, I can hook you up with some nice chest hair. Just say the word.
<coughstayontrackcough> SOOO, has anyone heard from Ms. Lindsay lately?
Sorry skippingstone. : (
in case anyone was wondering, that was some good advice on the previous page from sage.
after rejections from agents at both fineprint and writers house, i turned around a day or two later and queried different agents at both agencies - and got requests!
~BUTTER - Bloomsbury - September 18, 2012.~
~BILLY D. & THE BULLY - Bloomsbury - Fall 2013~
~Represented by Jennifer Laughran of Andrea Brown Lit~
Colleen closes her query doors in fifteen minutes, just so everyone's aware.
Oh, guys, just a note. Even though Colleen is closed to queries, the Backspace Conference contest is still going on until March.
Two-day turnaround on a rejection from Ms. Lindsay.
I queried Janet Reid on a YA book and she declined it but suggested I query Suzie Townsend. Within 30 min of doing so Suzie asked for a full. And when I sent it, she replied with a very kind confirmation email. I've got my fingers and toes crossed on this one. It's a great agency and Suzie seems like a real class act.
Anyone still waiting to hear back on manuscript requests from Brendan Deneen?
I never heard back from him, but I didn't really expect him to find a home for my mss with someone else at FP.
I would say give him an e-mail asking about it, but I think he's moved on to a new e-mail.