Jeff Abbott is an international bestselling author and Curtis Brown client. He has been nominated twice for Edgar awards, and his most recent novel, COLLISION, was published in July by Dutton. Obviously, you know you need an agent, or you wouldn’t be stalking Nathan, er, reading his blog. But I have found that too many […]
Why Do I Need A Literary Agent?
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In response to yesterday’s post on Literary Agents and Exclusives, an anonymous commenter raised an interesting point of discussion that I promised to elaborate on in the future. And the future is now. (soundtrack: dum dum dummmmmmm) But back to yesterday — Anon had been working with an agent for 9 months on a revision, […]
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Thanks to everyone who chimed in for what has been a really fascinating discussion on yesterday’s post. I wanted to follow up a bit on some of the issues your coming e-book overlords pose. It’s interesting, first, to compare yesterday’s discussion to one we had just in November about the Kindle… seems like people are […]
Some people look over at the smattering of books on the right side of the blog and see a few that were originally published before I was even in diapers. Then they wonder: how is this possible? Is Nathan trying to pull a fast one? Nope — these are all authors I have represented. I […]