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Ms. Kimberley Cameron

Kimberley Cameron & Associates

1550 Tiburon Blvd. #704

Tiburon, CA 94920



Website: www.kimberleycameron.com/

Twitter: K_C_Associates

AAR Member: Yes

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Snail-Mail: No

E-Mail: No

Online Form: Yes

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from pwandersen
Mar 21, 2016 7:19 pm


I submitted on 1/25 after she said she'd like to see it during a writers conference. But it turned out that same week her agency was doing a "query letter bootcamp" promoted by Writer's Digest, so they were probably swamped with paying customers. Haven't heard anything back yet, but everyone's comments here suggest all is not lost yet. But I'm also querying a number of other agents because I can't wait forever.
from Patrick (admin)
Jan 28, 2016 4:38 pm


Profile Update: Now taking queries via a form on her website at http://kimberleycameronsubmissions.com/kimberley-cameron/

from Catsamoa79
Jan 16, 2016 1:44 pm


EQ: 9/23/15
ER: 1/16/16
Form letter from assistant
from Hulagirl
Jan 11, 2016 10:02 pm


EQ 9/22/2015
ER 1/11/2016
form
from Patrick (admin)
Dec 10, 2015 5:05 pm


Thanks slsaboviec
from slsaboviec
Dec 08, 2015 9:00 am


Kimberley Cameron & Associates Twitter account: https://twitter.com/K_C_Associates
from GoldenEagle
Nov 04, 2015 8:20 am


MJJILLIAN

I would re-submit the first
from tylorski
Oct 22, 2015 6:12 pm


EQ: 10/22

YA Horror
from mjjillian
Sep 14, 2015 3:44 pm


I submitted to Lisa on June 18th after being favorite during a twitter pitch. Got response on July 21, suggestion to resubmit after polishing.
Yesterday she favorited a pitch for another book.
I'm working with professional editor on the first book, may have to work with her on this one too.
Does anyone think I should submit to her again? Or should I wait until I polish the first one she favorited and send that?
from jmills
Jun 29, 2015 4:28 pm


Professional response with good feedback on submission. Specific reasons why she was not able to represent manuscript included. Turnaround time - eight weeks.
from merrillprintz
Jun 25, 2015 8:08 am


Two day turn around. Polite rejection with words of encouragement. Appreciated them.
from VicyCross
Jun 25, 2015 1:09 am


Dharmakelleher, are you represented by Kimberley Cameron Associates? And anyway, congrats on your offer! It really does just take one yes...it's getting to the "yes" that drives us all nuts.
from dharmakelleher
Jun 24, 2015 3:22 pm


Glaceal, I think it's less about a particular genre and more about connecting with an agent's personal tastes. I sent out more than 90 queries. I got a bunch of outright rejections, dozens of non-responses, two requests for full submissions, one offer of representation.

My suggestion is to polish your manuscript so that it's ten times better than anything out there (with the help of a critique group and beta readers), craft a highly polished query letter and synopsis, then query a LOT of agents. It only takes one yes.
from Glaceal
Jun 18, 2015 10:37 am


Submitted on the sixteenth of May and got a reply on the eighteenth of June.

If the marketplace is 'selective', what is the most prized category as of late, so that I may write in that. Please be Sci-Fi or fantasy.
from RocketRod
Jun 10, 2015 7:45 pm


Submitted on 06/08/15; response on 06/09/15. On the surface, it appears she didn't read it. However, she added a very nice comment at the end of the rejection. So, I'm going with, she read it, it wasn't right for her, keep trying - it will be right for someone else. One nibble at a time.

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