How to Get a Literary Agent by Michael Larson

Michael Larsen shares some interesting point of view on the process of finding an agent and an entertaining look inside a good day and a bad day in an agent’s life.  He attempts to solve the mystery of the agent – author – publisher triangle in How to Get a Literary Agent.  It’s an interesting book but I would caution, as with any advice, to apply common sense.  If something doesn’t feel right for you, don’t do it just because you read it in an expert’s book.  Always remember an agent’s stated guidelines trump anything you read in a book.


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