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Ms. Liza Fleissig

Liza Royce Agency, LLC

1049 Park Ave

New York, NY 10028



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Website: lizaroyce.com/

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from donnabarker
Jun 06, 2015 10:11 am


06/05/15: EQ - WoFic @ 72,500 words
06/06/15: FR - with exclusive window for 8 weeks

Liza's reply to my query was personal and chatty.
I'm very happy to wait the summer for an answer.
from Zooks3
May 15, 2015 2:34 pm


05/15/15: EQ: TANCM - Contemp. YA
from michelleleigh0912
Apr 19, 2015 6:59 pm


EQ- 4/19/2015


YA Contemporary 81,000
Mar 18, 2015 3:58 pm


I just got a full request from her and am anxious to hear her final thoughts. She said I had a very interesting concept!!

YA horror series
Mar 06, 2015 4:51 pm


As I said in an earlier comment, Liza is my agent. The reason she wants an exclusive to consider your work is because unlike other agents who use unpaid interns as readers Liza pays former industry professionals to read the manuscripts she requests. Right now, for example. she's having the woman who edited the Hunger Games read an MG manuscript from my wife. It costs Liza money to do that so it's not surprising she'd want some assurances from the writer. If you query her and she's interested, expect her to request an exclusive. That's just how she prefers to do things. This approach seems to work quite well for her. Despite being an agent for only four years, she's making a large number of sales and developing significant respect in the industry. As a writer, that's exactly the kind of agent you want.

Ultimately, it's a trade off - agree to an exclusive and be guaranteed your manuscript will be read by an actual professional even if it takes 7-9 weeks and the result is nothing more than a rejection, or expect her to turn down your query. Is it worth 7-9 weeks, is a question only you can answer. The decision is yours, but before you query be aware the odds are extremely high Liza won't consider your work without an exclusive.

As a well-respected writer friend (with 6 published novels) said recently - "the problem with many aspiring writers is they fail to understand getting published is a marathon not a sprint."

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