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Wish Lists Are Arriving

Hey everyone! I'm so excited!

Wish lists are starting to fill my inbox!

AND, TWO more agents confirmed for the pitch opportunity in February! So the line up is looking pretty impressive! I can't wait to reveal who these magnificent agents are!!!

If you have signed up but haven't filled out the mini questionnaire (the post below this one) please do so. We are making the schedule and tailoring it to YOUR needs, so if you don't answers the questions, we can't know how to schedule.

Once again, INSPIRATIONAL WRITERS are going to benefit!

MG WRITERS, sign up!

YA WRITERS, sign up!

ADULT WRITERS, we've got agents for you!


Still waiting to hear beck from the children's PB agent. Keep your fingers crossed for a positive response!

Spread the word! Grab a button:) You've Been Inked!


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    1. Excited! Cannot wait, biting nails, typing away on the keyboard and revising 23 chapters of inspirational non-fiction.

    2. Just relax! That's what the workshop is for:)

  2. Grabbing a button isn't working for me :-(

  3. Where do I go to sign up? I am new to this, sorry, lol.

    1. Either the post for "Sign ups" or the the one entitled Operation Agent Ink! Also, please fill out the questionnaire on the post "Preview #2"

  4. I thought I'd signed up for everything but I can't find any mentor list.

  5. On the post entitled Preview #2 is a questionnaire to fill out. One of the questions asks if you would like to sign up for a mentor during the workshop.


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