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Monday Advice from Editors and Agents: Hooking a YA Agent

Many romance writers, even some with long backlists, are looking at fresh opportunities in the Young Adult market–more creative freedom (less restriction in story lines), the ability to reach a new audience (one that will grow up┬áto become an audience … Continue reading

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Monday Advice from Editors and Agents: Focus on the First Page

Capture the Reader in 250 Words Regina Brooks founded Serendipity Literary Agency in 2000. She and her team represent brand new authors as well as award-winning veterans. In an interview with the blog YA INTERROBANG, Brooks talked about the contest … Continue reading

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