Before You Pitch Literary Agents, Watch Out For This One Dangerous Trait

Really good information presented in this article… ❤

If you spot an agent or publisher doing this, you’ll probably want to cross them off your wish list.

Source: Before You Pitch Literary Agents, Watch Out For This One Dangerous Trait

6 thoughts on “Before You Pitch Literary Agents, Watch Out For This One Dangerous Trait

  1. Excellent article. I specifically loved this line: “In and beyond the writing and publishing industry,the way someone uses social media is often a window into that person’s work attitude and style, and a signpost as to how a potential working relationship will evolve.” – Aine Greaney . Aine just gave me a post idea. I’ll be pinging back here soon :).

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    1. That is the line that really spoke to me also. You can tell fellow bloggers in the same way! Social media should be a tool and used correctly it should help us, not detract from our work. ❤ I know you will have something awesome to say. I can't wait! ❤

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