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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Writerly Wednesday ~~ Christian Fiction Agent


Happy Hump-Day fellow blogging scribblers! If you're interested in getting the scoop on which agent wants what, check out Chuck Sambuchino's Guide to Literary Agents blog

Yesterday's showcased agent was Steve Laube who seeks quality Christian fiction and nonfiction. If either of those is your genre of choice, go read his specs.

Happy hunting and lotsa huggage!

15 comments:

Kathryn Magendie said...

Woop, I'm first - teehee....


Every so often I remind myself I should look for an agent, but then again, I am happy with a book on the shelves and another on the way with my indie publishers....one day I'll dust off a query letter and do the thang again.....

Love ya friend! miss you!

Scobberlotcher said...

Just stopping by to say hello!

Rebekah D. Hay said...

Hi! Just wanted to say I love your blog. And I'm not just saying that because I'm biased (I'm from Zachary/Baton Rouge myself) :) Thanks for the link!

t i m said...

happy hump day :)

Vodka Mom said...

excellent link!!


You know what we like, don't ya Angie?

Terri Tiffany said...

How you doing? Thanks always for good links.
PS-- I got a job!

La Petite Gallery said...

Hi Angie,
I am a new visitor,
I saw Gumbo and had to see what
this site was.. Just peeping


yvonne

Karen said...

Oh, I'll go check! Thanks Angie. "Geaux Saints!"

B.J. Anderson said...

Thanks so much for the link! I'll have to go check it out.

Tabitha Bird said...

I love that site. I am there all the time. It is always good to know who is looking for what.

L.T. Elliot said...

Thank you, thank you! Off to read more. =D

K.M. Weiland said...

Always hear good things about Steve Laube. If you can get him, he'd be a good one to have!

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Kittie Howard said...

Don't have anything on my literary plate, just pre-pre Superbowl snacks.

Anonymous said...

Brim over I to but I about the brief should acquire more info then it has.

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