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  • #3071

    Anonymous

    If you don´t know where to send your Queries take a look at this site. Here are all known agencies listed (and the appropriate authors as well).
    http://querytracker.net/clients.php?g=S

    #5129

    laura
    Keymaster

    Thanks for this great link, Fabienne!

    #5130

    kimberlyfdr
    Participant

    I use Query Tracker and Agent Query (http://www.agentquery.com/) exclusively to find agents in my genre that I can follow on Twitter or their blogs. That’s the best way to find out if an agent is right for you. Also, I love Query Tracker because you can track submissions and make any notes to remember about each agent you’re querying. A nice, online spreadsheet!

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    pearlofgreatprice
    Participant

    Thanks to fabienne and kimberlyfdr for “real” information and good sharing. It is appreciated.

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