Find literary agents looking for children’s books, middle grade and YA books. A growing list of who, which agency, what they want & how you should submit.
If you’re considering the idea of getting an agent at all, you’ve got to get agent savvy. Here’s a rundown of what agents want, what they do, and where to find them.
This is the list of the TOP 20 Children’s Book Agents – meaning, the biggest closers for this year, 2015. If you’re interested in the children’s book industry (which includes middle grade and YA), these are the agents to know.
Deciding your Author Niche is an important ingredient in successfully selling yourself to readers, agents and editors alike. Take these 4 steps!
If you want to be a successful author, you need an author business plan. Join me in this step-by-step process.
If you want to formally introduce yourself to an agent or editor, you need to know what they actually want from our query letters. Here are the 7 things to definitely do (and a few to never do).