The Agent/Author Relationship

     As I’ve been researching litery agents, one of the things that I’ve been pleased to see is their purported interest in nurturing agent/author relationships, in addition to promoting projects.

     I’m glad I’m seeing that so often because I think that long-term vision is vitally important. I was blessed with a really good agent, on the television side of things, who didn’t just scout the next gig. She and I worked to hone skills. With so many years of writing ahead, I want an agent/author pairing that’s promising for the long run.

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  1. Rebecca Laffar-Smith
    Rebecca Laffar-Smith says:

    I think agent/author relationships are vital. It is a lucky author who can find an agent that becomes an extension of themselves. If you do find one it’s important to cherish the relationship and the friendship that can develop. I guess that’s why so many authors offer special acknowledgement to their agents.

    I hope you find the kind of agent who will bring out your talents and encourage your career in the direction you want to take it. 🙂

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