Has anybody signed a contract with Christopher Hill in Scotland, UK? Does anybody know anything about them?
zmythoughts said:When signing with an agency, aren't they suppose to pay you?
Stuart Hades said:Don't know whether this is still live, but I have found some of the authors mentioned on the site,
Robert Mills, Geoff Nelder, Eric George, Bettine Manklelow etc.
Must admit the sire insn't helpful but I did recieve a company profile via e-mail which has checked out.
The pub dates on these books go back to the 1980's. The only one that Hill and Hill could possibly have sold is the most recent, Wedding Speeches for Women. And frankly, I doubt they did. There's nothing whatever to indicate that this agency is qualified to sell books to publishers--and there's much, including the fee and the promised minimum submissions, to suggest that it isn't.batgirl said:Suzan St Maur - paydirt! Writing Words That Sell, from Mercury Books; Writing Your Own Scripts and Speeches, from McGraw-Hill(!); Powerwriting, from Trans-Atlantic Pubns; Canine Capers, from Half Halt Press; Horse Lovers Joke Book, ditto; and in 2006, Wedding Speeches for Women, from How To Press.