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Ms. Jodi Reamer

Writers House

21 West 26th Street

New York, NY 10010



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Website: www.writershouse.com/

AAR Member: Yes

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Snail-Mail: Yes

E-Mail: Yes

Online Form: No

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from safashaqsy
Jan 13, 2018 6:41 am


EQ: 12 Jan 2018

Washed out
from froufrou
Jan 02, 2018 10:59 pm


EQ via Alec Shane: 1/2/18

YA historical fantasy, 91K
from vienna
Jan 02, 2018 8:08 am


EQ: 1/2
YA dystopia
from MichelleGeel
Dec 18, 2017 7:03 pm


EQ via Alec Shane 10/28/17
ER via Alec Shane 12/15/17

Contemporary romance 92k
from CRogers
Dec 18, 2017 5:50 pm


EQ via Mr. Shane: 10/13/17
ER: 12/18/17

YA Historical Fiction 99k
from ghostquartet
Dec 13, 2017 2:04 am


EQ: 12/12/17 via Alec
from SL2Fey
Nov 15, 2017 11:33 am


EQ: 7/24/17 via assistant Alec.

11/7/2017 Rejection But it actually was rather personal so I'm happy to get some closure.
from Catsamoa79
Nov 09, 2017 9:34 am


EQ: 7/5/17 (to her assistant Alec Shane)
Nudge to her directly: 9/13/17
ER: 9/15/17 from Alec Shane on her behalf, stating they are being extremely selective.

Update: Received a second rejection today, 11/9/17, probably in response to the nudge I sent, though the form letter did not even reference the name of my novel.
from isidri
Nov 08, 2017 12:33 pm


EQ via Alec Shane 8/25/17
ER Form rejection 11/7/17

106K Historical Fantasy
from lynettehoff
Oct 30, 2017 2:34 pm


Hi Thulsa_doom,
Thank you so much for your response and for answering my question. Yeah, I think I'm better off just to work on an entirely new book and start from scratch in my quering process. I haven't even come close to selling 20K in my other 2 books lol.
Once again, thank you for your quick and helpful answer!!
from Thulsa_doom
Oct 29, 2017 9:12 am


Hi Lynette, you'll get some better, and more thoughtful comments in the forums, but the short answer is no, you are very unlikely to have an agent touch the third book in a trilogy.

If by chance the first 2 books had sold WELL, such as 20K units all up, you would have a chance.

The best advice is of course to write a brand new book and query that, and use your trilogy for some extra sales in other markets.
Best of luck!
from lynettehoff
Oct 27, 2017 1:42 pm


Hi my comment doesn't pertain to this Agent, it is just a question in general. I have 2 books published through a small publisher that are part of a trilogy. Does anyone know if it would do any good to try to query an agent with the third book in this trilogy? Do they take on a third book if the other 2 are already with someone else and would I be wasting my time? The publisher doesn't do enough to try to help promote them is why I was wanting to try somewhere else. Thanks guys in advance!!
from SL2Fey
Oct 25, 2017 9:30 pm


Catsamoa79! Thanks so much for your response. It's really eye opening to see what other authors do. I'll have to start evaluating and changing my strategy.
from Catsamoa79
Oct 24, 2017 10:19 am


SL2Fey - Oh, I query at least 15-20 agents at the same time. I mention in my query letter that it I am sending the query out to other agents. Most agencies expect you to do that. They just want to know if you get an offer of rep, so you need to email them and let them know that.
from SL2Fey
Oct 23, 2017 3:37 pm


Holly cow!! Catsamoa79! What did you do during the wait? I'm working on the second book but won't query anyone else untill I get an email from them to move on or my deadline for marking it a CNR. But not Querying other agents means no friction on my book. I can't imagine 72 days. I hope I move on by that point.

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