Sunday, March 13, 2011

A New Kind of Literary Agent: The E-pub Agent, Saritza Hernandez


I found this in Writer's Digest and wanted to share. I personally believe this is a new trend we'll see and hear more about in the future: E-pub agents. And those who have not been taking e-publishers seriously, might have to start competing sometime soon. I've interviewed Saritza here on the blog, and I'm thrilled to see her mentioned over at Writer's Digest...a publication that has been my own personal favorite (my writer's bible) for the past twenty years.


New Agent Alert: Saritza Hernandez of L. Perkins AgencyPosted by ChuckReminder: Newer agents are golden opportunities for new writers because they're likely building their client list; however, always make sure your work is as perfect as it can be before submitting, and only query agencies that are a great fit for your work. Otherwise, you're just wasting time and postage.
About Saritza: She is specifically an E-Pub Agent. She is looking to represent ebook authors. Follow her on Twitter. She the agency website here.She is seeking: Saritza represents both new and established authors and is currently looking for strong erotic romance in the following sub-genres:Paranormal, sci-fi, steampunk, cyberpunk, fantasy, BDSM, historical (emphasis on Ancient Egypt, Caribbean/MesoAmerican), intercultural and all GLBT-themed erotica for the digital marketplace.How to contact: Find her submission guidelines on her blog andplease send queries to: sh@lperkinsagency.com
The biggest database of agents anywhere isthe 2011 Guide to Literary Agents. Buy it here online at a discount.Want more on this subject?
How to Write a Query Letter.
What Should You Write in the "Bio Paragraph" of a Query Letter.
Why Your Manuscript Can Get Rejected, by Hallie Ephron.
10 Hidden Gifts of Rejection Letters.
Google Alerts and Agents.
Confused about formatting? Check out Formatting & Submitting Your Manuscript.
Read about What Agents Hate: Chapter 1 Pet Peeves.
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