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Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow: Choosing to Leave Your Agent

3 years agoArts / Writing : Booklife

Carla Harker is a writer and gamer from Texas who still thinks her former agent is the bee’s knees. Read her sporadic blog posts about games at carlaharker.com or follow her on Twitter @DeadlyAccurate. You spend years writing, revising, editing, and querying. Rejection letter after rejection letter arrives, but still you persist. You know you’re getting close to that one yes.
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