Monday, January 7, 2013

Literary Agents & Script Agents To Query!

Hello, everyone.

How has the new year been going for you so far?

I'm fine. I've been busy editing and critiquing film scripts. I'm also working on the novel I completed year. So I've been busy.

I've been slow about getting new post on the blog. Sorry. Today I got news of new literary agents. They were sent to me by email this morning. If you have written a book that fits what they are looking for, check them out.

New Agents to Query

Reminder: New literary agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

1. Samantha Dighton of D4EO Literary

She is seeking: Sam is looking for character-driven stories with strong voice. She likes characters who are relatable yet flawed, vibrant settings that take on a life of their own, and a story that lasts well beyond the final page, generally falling within the categories of Literary fiction, Historical fiction, Mystery/suspense, Magical realism, Psychological thrillers, Young adult (realistic), Narrative nonfiction.

2. Jordy Albert and Brittany Booker form The Booker Albert Literary Agency

Jordy is seeking: Romance (contemporary, historical/regency, and paranormal). YA contemporary/historical or dystopian, sci-fi/fantasy with romance weaved throughout. She is also open to YA GLBT within those genres. Jordy would love to see unique, well-developed plots featuring time travel, competitions, or travel. She enjoys intelligent, quirky characters with a self-deprecating sense of humor, and wants to get lost in a story.

Brittany is seeking: She is looking for page turning historical fictions, contemporary romances, and urban fantasy. In YA, she is looking for all genres, but is specifically looking for a time travel story.

3Jennifer Udden of the Donald Maass Literary Agency

She is seeking: science fiction, fantasy, and mysteries - and is particularly interested in finding works that creatively combine aspects of all three genres. 

As for script agent, unlike literary agents they are hard to contact. However I strongly recommend the following ebook. You will get results. Now I can't promise Your script will be selected. That is dependent on the quality of your script. Hover, this ebook will provide you with a list of managers, producers, etc.. willing to accept queries from writers like us. Buying it is money well spent.

Bill Donovan, Author
Sell Your Screenplay Directory
Sell Your Screenplay

An e-book offered by

220* Producers, Agents And Managers
 Who Accept Unsolicited Queries

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 Welcome to  Sell Your Screenplay, the directory of 220+ production companies, agents, and managers which have submissions policies accepting unsolicited queries (and in a very few cases, screenplays) from
unknown writers.

It is widely believed among writers that the entertainment industry is a 

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The real difficulty for writers (until now) was:

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  • figuring out how to contact them.
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What Is Sell Your Screenplay?

This E-book in PDF format is a directory of more than 220 producers, agents, and managers who accept unsolicited queries.  It includes:

  • The method you must use to contact the producer, agent, or manager (email, snail mail, phone, website, etc.).
  • What kind of submission and enclosures each one accepts (query, script, etc.). 
  • The name of the person to contact or the email address or precise URL to go to if no name is given as the contact.
  • What kinds of creative work each one seeks (film and/or TV; genres, themes.).
  • Producer credits in most cases.
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Sell Your Screenplay has just been updated.  We've improved the "How To Write A Query Letter" section and several other sections of the e-book.

Don't send your work out looking any ole kind of way. Agents will be turned off.

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Knowledge is power.

I have been getting a lot of request for loglines. I give different prices . Since I have so many requests for this service, I decided to set a single fix price.

Logline: $5.00 Flat Fee

A synopsis or summery is required. It well be used to form the logline. The logline is just one line.


Critique: $50.00 Flat Fee, 

 Includes evaluating the basis elements of a script

  •  Introduction
  •  Development
  •  Climax
  •  Conclusion
  • Character development 
  •  Mid point development

Critiques also provide suggestions for improvements and enhancement. 

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Other services are at regular price.

Query Letters: $25.00 Flat Fee  

Editing: $46.00 Flat Fee

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Query Letters: 2 weeks

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