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Ms. Caitlin Blasdell

Liza Dawson Associates

350 Seventh Avenue, Ste. 2003

New York, NY 10001



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Website: www.lizadawsonassociates.com

AAR Member: No

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Snail-Mail: No

E-Mail: Yes (preferred)

Online Form: No

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from susanjett
Yesterday 6:19 pm


EQ: 1-16-18
ER: 1-18-18

This is not right for me but thank you for the look...
from courtshipofthemonsters
Jan 17, 2018 10:14 am


EQ: 01/13/18
ER: 01/17/18

One line form rejection— to the point, but still professional.
from bookmaid
Jan 15, 2018 7:52 pm


EQ: 1/10
ER: 1/15

YA
from almanas
Jan 11, 2018 9:15 am


EQ: 1/3
PR: 1/8
ER: 1/10

Women's fiction 81K
from darylgt
Dec 13, 2017 5:31 pm


EQ: 12/5/17
ER: 12/13/17
This is not right for me, but thank you for the look.
from cwiggles
Dec 11, 2017 7:17 am


EQ: 12/04/2017
ER: 12/9/2017
YA Contemporary Fantasy 77k
from Glitterfox
Dec 06, 2017 5:29 pm


EQ: 11/30
ER: 12/6

YA sci-fi 90k
from heroic665
Nov 27, 2017 7:37 pm


EQ: 11/21
ER: 11/27

106K Fantasy
from LightofBeauty
Nov 26, 2017 4:32 pm


TRAllardice: I understand that (I've been in this industry for over a decade too), it's just IMHO that it's lazy and unprofessional, in general. That's just my opinion, it doesn't make me ungrateful or ignorant of how this business works. We're allowed to have our own thoughts on how we're rejected, there's no harm done in doing that, now is there? I personally like rejections where there's as much effort put into it as writers put into their query, at least to me, it's more respectful to the writer. One-line rejections like this are also slightly disrespectful, really, but to each their own even with rejections. At the end of the day, I move on at the instant a rejection is sent. It's never the end of the world.
from TRAllardice
Nov 26, 2017 3:22 pm


LightofBeauty, As someone who's been in the publishing business for over a decade, I can say from experience that there's nothing unprofessional or lazy about the rejection you received. Any response is good these days. I'd rather have something short and to the point, than get no response at all. Be grateful you have an answer. Now you can move on to the next query.

T.R.
from LightofBeauty
Nov 26, 2017 2:55 pm


EQ: 11/21
ER: 11/26

I get a rejection is a rejection no matter how an agent rejects, be it short and sweet or long and encouraging, but rejections like this, honestly it makes you GLAD that they passed. Rejections like this are just lazy and unprofessional.

"This is not right for me, but thank you for the look."
from eqb123
Nov 10, 2017 1:12 pm


EQ: 10/24/17
FR: 11/1/17
ER: 11/7/17 (wasn't drawn in, alas)
from Blackhat
Nov 10, 2017 8:54 am


ER: 11/10 (single line in email)

"This is not right for me, but thank you for the look."
Caitlin Blasdell
from Blackhat
Nov 09, 2017 11:18 am


EQ: 11/8/17

Women's fiction - 102k
from Catsamoa79
Oct 28, 2017 4:09 pm


EQ: 10/23/17
ER: 10/28/17
Short and sweet: "This is not for me. Thanks."

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