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Ms. Jewelann Cone

Cascade Literary Agency

Beaverton, OR


AAR Member: No

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Snail-Mail: Closed

E-Mail: Closed

Online Form: Closed

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from Patrick (admin)
Sep 25, 2013 3:27 pm

Profile Update: Agency has closed.

(Thanks jenl821 and relentless)
from relentless
Sep 24, 2013 11:36 am

Same here. Just got an e-mail saying the agency is closed.
from jenl821
Sep 23, 2013 11:49 pm

I just queried them recently and received a nice message from Jewelann explaining that their agency has closed.
from rtulipano
Aug 26, 2013 4:03 pm

6/14/13: Online Query Submission
6/19/13: Full Request
6/20/13: Emailed synopsis and full manuscript
8/06/13: Email nudge
8/26/13: Helpful rejection

"...while you have a nice writing voice, you are inclined to tell versus show. For every apartment, for example, you listed the furniture, listed the layout of the kitchen, the bedroom etc. For instance, a character didn’t walk into the bedroom and straighten the black comforter, instead you told us there was a black comforter on the bed."

Paranormal Romance.
from calluna
Aug 15, 2013 7:55 pm

EQ: 8/13 (New Adult)
ER: 8/15

Form, but polite. The usual. :)
from Gillisbride
Jul 17, 2013 4:54 pm

Jewelann requested a full for my manuscript back in May, but I have not sent it yet because I am in the middle of a rewrite. 80k words is just a ballpark word count. My manuscript was only 70k at the time she requested it.
from AZSkelly
Jun 20, 2013 7:59 pm

wow! good luck, rtulipano!
from rtulipano
Jun 20, 2013 10:06 am

6/14/13: Online Query Submission
6/19/13: Full Request
6/20/13: Emailed synopsis and full manuscript

Paranormal Romance.
Fingers crossed Ms. Cone enjoys my manuscript!
from Joseph_05
Jun 06, 2013 2:31 pm

I only include the synopsis portion of my query, because I have no background worth bragging about . . . yet. And, as far as the comparison goes, I only do that when I'm doing one of those Online Queries, where they'll specifically ask you. Other than that, I just stick with the synopsis portion. Not to say it's the right way. Maybe you should have a look in the Socialize/QT Forum section of Query Tracker. I'm sure something there will give you an idea :-) Good Luck!
from CatPorter
Jun 05, 2013 7:53 pm

Those of you with full requests, did you stick to the two paragraph query? Did y'all only include the synopsis portion of a query without a bio or comparison to other books in your market, etc.? I guess I'm trying to say that I'm having a real difficult time whittling my query to only two paragraphs.
from dNichole
May 18, 2013 2:42 pm

Form Q - 3/13

I think I'm going to close this out. According to her stats, it seems like if she was interested, she'd have responded by now.

Closed out - 4/15

Got a formal rejection - 5/17 - good to have that closure!
from writinghoosier
May 12, 2013 10:16 am


If you're looking for a career in writing, by all means pursue an agent. You have a contract for one book, but there's still a lot that can happen between now and the pub date that an agent would be invaluable for. Plus, a good agent will work with you on the next project while there is no commitment from the publisher to ever work with you again. Having an offer from a publisher might very well help you land an agent, but if you haven't signed a contract, they may have some ideas of other publishing houses that would have more to offer you.

This happened with a friend of mine. She had an offer from a publishing house, let an agent who was reading her proposal. The agent ended up signing her and was able to negotiate a contract with a MAJOR pub house and now they are looking at her book (non-fiction) as a franchise. Without an agent, she might have had success, but not like the possibility she has now.

It's an agents job to know the trends, both current and upcoming, and to look out for the long term health of your career.

My two thoughts... or like 8 jumbled together. ;)
from jjbrown1
May 11, 2013 10:56 pm

EQ 4/16/13
full request 5/7/13, sent 5/8. woot! Add me to the list of full request recipients/authors trying not to obsessively check their email now...
from mbowman
May 09, 2013 9:52 am

EQ 4/5
Full request 5/4

Unfortunately I have it out with an agent that requested an exclusive, but I promised to send it along as soon as I heard back.
from redheadedgrrl
May 09, 2013 8:23 am

quartofknees, I don't have any suggestions for you having no experience with this, but I just wanted to offer you my congrats! :-) That's wonderful news!

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