iWriterly Video: Questions to Ask Literary Agents on “The Call”

For writers hoping to traditionally-publish their manuscripts and who are seeking literary representation, "the call" is when a literary agent and writer will talk about a possible business relationship (and usually when an agent offers representation). Join Meg LaTorre in this iWriterly video to learn what questions you should ask literary agents on "the call" … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Questions to Ask Literary Agents on “The Call”

Savvy Authors Blog: How to Get a Literary Agent

Getting published in today’s world is a test of a writer’s persistence, patience, and—most importantly—willingness to do a lot of hard work. When I first started digging into the weird world of book publishing, I remember having a few distinct feelings: Nausea A craving for cheese and carbs—ideally, both An overwhelming desire for a concise(ish) … Continue reading Savvy Authors Blog: How to Get a Literary Agent

iWriterly Video: Questions Literary Agents Are Frequently Asked

If you're researching literary agents for your completed book manuscript, speaking with and asking literary agents the right questions is SUPER IMPORTANT. In this video, Meg will answer some of her most frequently asked questions while she worked as a literary agent. She will also share tips regarding an agency's query box, ideal word counts … Continue reading iWriterly Video: Questions Literary Agents Are Frequently Asked