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Good Tips From an Agent

I was researching topics in women's fiction and stumbled across this blog by literary agent Scott Eagan.  There were informative posts about writing a good query letter and other "business of writing posts."

At the moment I don't have an agent and am not looking for one for my first project.  It is currently sitting in slush or being pulled out of it.  However, going forward as a long term professional writer, I think an agent would likely be worth every penny.

Here's the link to his blog:

Scott Eagan-Greyhaus Literary Agent Blog

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