Ms. BJ Robbins

BJ Robbins Literary Agency

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Ms. BJ Robbins

BJ Robbins Literary Agency

5130 Bellaire Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91607


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Oct 20, 2014 6:18 pm, PawPaw said...
Don't feel bad, Jack London had 47 MS before he sold his first. And it was not the Call of the Wild..
Jan 10, 2014 12:56 pm, TerryRodgers said...
Sampa, a personally friend of mine has been writing for more than 30 years. In that time he has written 27 novels. None had ever sold until last year. On his 27th novel, his agent sold it. That is not a typo. That's twenty-seven novels and he never gave up. His novel comes out in May.
Jan 08, 2014 6:45 am, angelscribe said...
Thanks Sampa. 15 years? Oh wow. I've been at it for three years. Have you thought of other avenues like small pubs/indie press, e-pubs and self-pubbing?
Jan 07, 2014 5:35 pm, Sampa4 said...
Good luck, Angel Scribe. After 15 years of this, Ive retired. Not in the cards.
Jan 07, 2014 5:33 pm, Sampa4 said...
After request for full Nov. 22, a nudge on Jan. 6 and this form letter on Jan. 7:

We read XXX with great interest; it was very promising, and we saw a lot of potential for representation. However, I’m sorry to say that it’s not quite what we’re looking for at this time.

Please keep in mind that the agency has a very small list and this is simply our opinion. We're sure another agent will feel differently, and we encourage you to continue to seek representation.

Best of luck with your writing!

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