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Do I Need a Literary Agent?

Literary agents, also known as publishing agents, make life easier for most authors who choose to make use of the services they offer. They are the middlemen between the author and the publisher; they negotiate contract terms and royalty deals and handle the business side...

Literary Agents: Do We Really Need Them?

After writing a book, as an author the next step is to get it published and hopefully by an outstanding and recognized publishing company. This will make it easier for you to sell your works and earn the income you richly deserve from all the...

How to Meet Agents and Editors In Online Networks

Most writers want to meet agents and editors of literary journals and publishing houses in order to make it easier to submit their works. A few years back, many publishers could not easily be accessed by writers. Authors had to use snail mail or phone...

What Do Literary Agents Really Want?

Finding a publisher is one of a writer’s many nightmares. For many authors, self-publishing is the way to go. However, there are some writers who still believe in the benefits of traditional publishing. In traditional publishing, an author needs to present the full manuscript along with...

How Do You Find a Literary Agent?

Being able to write publishing-quality content is only the beginning of an author’s hardships. Once a writer finally completes a book’s worth of hard work, finding someone to market and publish it can be equally as hard, if not harder. The good news for authors is...

How To Make Sense Of Submission Guidelines

Submission guidelines have their own jargon and going through the process of submitting your literary works requires etiquette and professionalism. This article will help you understand the words involved in the process of making great submissions. Multiple submissions: When you make multiple submissions, you are sending...

Query Letters And Cover Letters: What’s The Difference?

Writing a great query letter is the first step in getting your book published. The query letter is the only way to introduce your work to agents. Many writers get anxious at the thought of writing query letters. However, writing query letters does not have...

Most Important Tips For Getting A Dream Agent

The most important tips about landing a dream agent are often the most frequently ignored. Many authors are quick to overlook tips that appear so easy but such tips are usually the ones that count. Below are some fundamental tips that can help authors to...

Top Ten Things That Authors Do To Annoy Agents

Authors should always know how to interact with literary agents to avoid conflicts. They should also be well-informed about the conventions in the literary world to avoid wasting agents’ valuable time. Whether or not you are a renowned writer, there are some mistakes that agents...

Why The First Pages Can Make Or Break Relationships With Literary Agents

The first five pages of a novel, which are considered to be the opening pages, are very important if an author wants to get the attention of a literary agent or editor. Surprisingly, a number of authors still do not give this part of their...