THE STONE THROWER and The Festival of Literary Diversity (The FOLD) – May 6-8

I can’t tell you how proud I am of the founder of The FOLD (Festival of Literary Diversity). A client and friend, she’s a huge writing talent and activist in the publishing community. She has big news! Jael Richardson has launched a new book today: The African-American football player Chuck Ealey grew up in aContinue reading “THE STONE THROWER and The Festival of Literary Diversity (The FOLD) – May 6-8”

Things I Wish I Knew: Q&A with Author Andrea Dunlop

Hi, all. I’m starting a new series on the blog called “Things I Wish I Knew.” I’ll be featuring some of my clients talking about their book deals, their writing careers and their platforms. I’ll also be talking to some industry professionals too. “Things I Wish I Knew” is going to be about everything fromContinue reading “Things I Wish I Knew: Q&A with Author Andrea Dunlop”

“The Call” Reversed: What agents like to know about potential authors

Authors are usually busy studying up for “the call” (an agent reaching out via phone to offer representation) when they know it’s on the horizon. It’s an exciting time for authors and agents! Resources are everywhere and there are many great guides to “the call” including these: Questions to Ask Your Prospective Literary Agent WhatContinue reading ““The Call” Reversed: What agents like to know about potential authors”

Cover Reveal: LOSING THE LIGHT by Andrea Dunlop

I can’t wait for everyone to read this book! It’s THE VACATIONERS meets THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY. Get ready to pre-order right here! First step: the cover reveal for LOSING THE LIGHT!   Coming February 23rd, 2016 from Atria Books  Thirty-year-old Brooke Thompson prepares to leave Manhattan and her 20’s behind to move upstate with herContinue reading “Cover Reveal: LOSING THE LIGHT by Andrea Dunlop”