Here’s a list of Agents/Editors and their planned month to visit:
Nov. 18th 2012 – Melissa Jeglinski w/ The Knight Agency
Dec. 16th 2012 – Rhonda Penders w/ The Wild Rose Press
Jan. 13th 2013 – Jennifer Miller w/ Samhain Publishing (MY EDITOR!)
Feb. 17th 2013 – Jessica Alvarez – BookEnds, LLC.
Mar. 17th 2013 – Mollie Glick w/ Foundry Media
April 21st 2013 – Debby Gilbert w/ Soul Mate Publishing
May 19th 2013 – Becky Vinter w/ Fine Print Literary
July 21st 2013 – The editors at Books To Go Now Publishing
Aug. 25th 2013 – The editors at Curiosity Quills Press
Sept. 22nd 2013 – Jill Marsal w/ Marsal Lyon Lit.
Oct. – 20th 2013 – The editors at Books To Go Now Publishing
Nov. – 17th 2013 – Karen Grove w/ Entangled Publishing
Dec. – 15th 2013 – Candace Havens w/ Entangled Publishing
Jan. – 19th 2014 – Alycia Tornetta editor at Entangled Publishing
Feb. 16th 2014- The editors at Books To Go Now Publishing
Mar. 16th 2014 – Stephen Morgan editor at Entangled Publishing
April – 20th 2014 – Holly Atkinson w/ Samhain Publishing
May – 18th 2014 – Penny Barber w/ Lyrical Press
I’ll update as agents confirm…
PAST AGENT SHOP GUESTS:
Kevan Lyon, Scott Eagan, Lois Winston, Jill Marsal, Michelle Grajkowsi, Kimberley Cameron,
Emmanuella Alspaugh (now Morgan), Laura Bradford, Jenny Bent, Sara Crowe,
Weronika Janczuk and Stan Soper.
Hello would love to be added to your list!
Wow! This sounds like a great idea. I would be trilled to be apart of this adventure. Just to participate would be great. Please add my name to your list. Thanks!
Hi Trinity and Jamie,
This section will be where I list future visits from agents and the dates they will be attending.
You can stop by to check anytime, but future dates and the attending agents names won’t be listed until after the first session. Closer to the middle of next month.
Sorry for the confusion – no list.
Best of luck!
Great idea. I am published (6 books) but I would love to see if an agent would like to turn one (or two) of my books into a movie/tv mini-series, etc.? Would that be one of the functions of the group, too?
Marilyn Celeste Morris
Wow, what a great opportunity. Please add me to the list, as well. How exciting! 🙂
While approaching an agent for this reason might be feasible at a conference or ‘live’ pitch session, the word limit of 200 would make it difficult to give the information you would probably need to divulge to attract attention for something like movie/tv opps.
So too, would the rule that you can only pitch one peice of work at a time. You can mention that it is one of a series, but you can only ‘pitch’ one book.
Having said that, as long as your pitch is in the Romance genre, and that you list the wordcount of the book you are pitching, if you get in under the thirty mark, you can certainly have your pitch posted.
Thanks for stopping by.
This is quite an opportunity. I would like to be a part of this.
Thanks for stopping by. It’s a great opp!
If you want to participate, be sure to have your pitch ready and set to GO on the 30th!