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Contest Results!!!

I want to apologize, again, for the delay in posting the results! I hope everyone is happy with the results. If your name is not on the list, please read through to the end. There is a wonderful consolation gift!

Linda Glaz with Hartline Literary Agency 
First 5 page critique
Christi Corbett - Along the Way Home—Historical Romance 
 
Jordy Albert with The Booker Albert Agency
10 page critique
T.J. Going Thru Hell - Adult Urban Fantasy

Pooja Menon with the Kimberley Cameron & Associates
First Chapter critique and a personal email
Cristina - Tracker- YA horror

Marisa Cleveland with The Seymour Agency
First 3 Chapter - up to 50 pages -
Mara Rae - Reinventing Dorothy Weil, YA Contemporary

Terrie Wolf with AKA Literary
A personal phone call
Alys Cohen - Sacred Blood - Supernatural

Please email me at
ink in the book (at) gmail (dot) com --- no spaces 

and I'll send you instructions on what to do to receive your critiques!!

Consolation Gift: For everyone who entered this contest, there is a nice surprise. February 8 and 9 will be our Operation Agent Ink Pitch Opportunity and you all have a personal invite and will be put on the top of the list  for the agents personal review. This means, you are promised a spot in the pitch opportunity and will be listed at the top of the wish list!

I will post instructions closer to time of the pitch, so make sure you check back often. Besides, we'll be posting more agent interviews and the remaining workshop sessions will all be about the submission package.

Thank you ALL for participating, you beautiful guys and dolls!

Comments

  1. Oh! I'm honestly floored. Wow. To be quite honest, I thought mentioning the V-word would have knocked me out of the running! Hang on and let me get over my shock and I can thank you properly.

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  2. Oh wow. Those are some prizes. Congratulations to all the winners. ^_^

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  3. YAY! wow, I am SO excited. Thank you so so much!

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  4. Awesome! Yay! Thank you, Talynn :)

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  5. Excellent prizes! Congratulations to all of you.

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  6. Congrats all! I thought all of the entries were awesome!

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  7. Wow! Thank you so much!

    Christi Corbett

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  8. Congrats to everyone!!!

    Talynn, question: I'm signed up for Agent Ink itself, but I missed the contest because of illness...could I still participate in the event in Feb 8-9th or is it closed off to content entrants only?

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    1. In so glad you feel better! That flu is do nasty!!

      Yes, the pitch in Feb. is open to ALL workshop participants!! I'm really sorry you missed the contest :(

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    2. Thanks so much for coordinating this, Talynn! This was a great opportunity. Congrats to all the winners!!

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