Ms. Alexandra Machinist

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Ms. Alexandra Machinist

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730 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10019


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Sep 18, 2014 1:46 pm, jaimequestell said...
Mattelement - did you include the title of your manuscript in both the query and the doc name? if so, she'll be able to track it back to you. A good rule of thumb is to include your last name in the title of the word doc, as well as putting your query in the doc. Also, if your email address includes your last name, that makes it easier for an agent to find you in their inbox.

P.S. - I've also heard that it's easier for an agent to decide to reject something than say yes, so this is definitely an instance of no news is good news. :)
Sep 18, 2014 12:23 pm, jaimequestell said...
Happy to help!
Sep 18, 2014 11:39 am, Mattelement said...
Thank you both so much for your quick replies. I did include the title of the mss in both the query and doc name, and my last name is in the doc name and my email address. Sounds like that's enough - although I will definitely be more careful next time.

For now, I will keep nervously waiting.

Jaimequestell - Thanks! That's what I keep telling myself too - no news is good news - unless of course I'm telling myself that she can't find my contact information to respond to me at all! :)
Sep 18, 2014 10:11 am, a_climacus said...
I got a rejection in the original chain from her, and she usually takes quite a while on fulls. I know it's hard, but I wouldn't contact her. If she likes the mss, I promise she'll find you.
Sep 18, 2014 9:00 am, Mattelement said...
Hi all - I have a rookie question. I sent Alexandra my full on 7/28 (first full request!) but forgot to include a title page with contact information (rookie mistake I've been kicking myself about!) Anyway, I haven't heard back from her. I know that it's not uncommon to have to wait 2, 3 or more months but I have noticed recently she's been responding within 6 or 7 weeks. I'm wondering if she doesn't know how to get in touch with me and I should follow up? Does anyone know whether her rejection emails for a full come in the same email chain as the original query/full submission?

I'm sure I'm over thinking things. Thank you in advance!

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