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Ms. Whitney Lee

The Fielding Agency

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Ms. Whitney Lee

The Fielding Agency

269 South Beverly Drive, #341
Beverly Hills, CA 90212


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Website: fieldingagency.com

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Jul 14, 2013 11:06 am, CatPorter said...
Maybe I'll give the other one a try and see what happens.

EQ: 6/20
ER: 7/9

I got my rejection from Raquel Campanero.
Jun 18, 2013 6:19 am, KristenH said...
I used the one here and got a NR for both of my queries in 2011.
Jun 17, 2013 10:25 am, CatPorter said...
The email address here is different than the one on her website and on Publisher's Marketplace. Which did y'all use?
Apr 06, 2013 1:42 am, Odie8654 said...
4/5/13 EQ - has anyone gone on her site? It's like the name a little blurb, then you can press the contact word and it gives you address, email, phone. That's IT!! Was reading that someone said the sight was sooooo informative and well done. Huh? Something I don't know here? heehee

But, she's in my genre and so I try.
Mar 05, 2013 9:17 am, professor said...
I get 250 or so emails a day because of what I do work-wise and while it might actually happen, virtually nothing really gets lost in email. It's how most agents now make their living, for the most part, so they don't have spam filters that would prevent a query from getting through. There is no reason to re-query someone over and over who has said no to a project. It only adds to the glut of queries in any agent's inbox and undoubtedly has to anger some of them.

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