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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/

Twitter: LizaFleissig

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from KristenH
Jun 03, 2016 4:22 pm


EQ 4/13/16 (Chain Reaction)
CNR 6/3/16 (at 2 week mark, query was in queue and waited out 2 more week--heard back from nudge today--a pass, not right for them.)
from tdubphyz
May 13, 2016 12:47 pm


EQ: 5/10
FR: 5/12, with request for exclusive. Since I already have a few manuscripts out to other agents, I wasn't in a position to give an exclusive, but she said I could check in if the other agents pass. Seems very encouraging and very responsive.

lit fic, 81k
from Zooks3
Apr 15, 2016 12:20 pm


4/15/16: EQ re: JM - Multicultural Contemporary
from eebnhab
Apr 04, 2016 9:29 pm


EQ: 3/15/16
Commercial fiction 63k
CNR: 4/4/16
from raebateman
Apr 01, 2016 12:01 pm


Pitch Madness: 3/11/2016 requested query and full
3/12/2016: sent requested material
3/14/2016: phone call
3/15/2016: offer of representation; send nudge to other agents considering, with a 2-week timeline

Liza is a joy to talk to. She is SO EXCITED about my book - she might even like it more than I do! Her enthusiasm is infectious. She's funny, tells it like it is, and super nice. I'm waiting till I hear from the other agents with my book (deadline of March 29th) before I make a final decision, but I think she'd be great to work with.

ETA: I am now rapped by Liza! I didn't wait the full two weeks. I had some passes, and some R&R, and one I think would have been an offer, but I could tell the agent wasn't as enthusiastic as Liza. My gut said to go with her, and I decided to jump with it. And she's already doing great things for my book!
from raebateman
Mar 17, 2016 9:21 am


@polishmuse

Thank you! It's all happened so fast, I can't even catch up to the excitement. So now I'll wait the long two weeks to see what the other agents say! :)
from polishmuse
Mar 16, 2016 7:04 pm


CONGRATS rae! Wow! Let us know what you decide!
from Catsamoa79
Mar 14, 2016 1:59 pm


EQ: 1/22/16
CNR: 3/14/16
Says if you do not hear from them in 2 weeks, consider it a pass.
from KristenH
Mar 10, 2016 4:04 pm


On 1/29, I queried Liza. After I nudged her two weeks ago, it's a CNR. I'll try her in the spring with Chain Reaction.
from FountainPen
Feb 09, 2016 6:46 pm


EQ 1/13
CNR 2/9
from sarahgalyeanjones
Feb 09, 2016 2:40 pm


Thank you so much fornickels! Very helpful advice!
from fornickels
Feb 08, 2016 12:51 pm


Hi Sarah
I took a class at NYU on querying agents. It was taught by a literary agent. She said if this happens it's totally acceptable to email the agent and let her know others are requesting and you can give her a deadline. Like say in a week you'll be sending it out to the other agents if you don't hear back from her. This is just one agent's perspective, but she said it happens all the time.
from sarahgalyeanjones
Feb 07, 2016 4:12 pm


Hi everyone! I queried Ms. Fleissig on January 6 with my 60,000 YA novel and granted her the exclusive to the manuscript on January 11. Since then, several agents have requested the full from query letters I sent out before agreeing to give her the exclusive. I haven't sent the manuscript to them, but it has almost been a full month, and I'm worried they might lose interest...
Would it be rude or bad form to nudge Ms. Fleissig and just politely ask where she is at with my manuscript? I hate to be waiting this long when other agents are waiting too if it's just going to be a rejection. Or should I just hold out for a few more weeks? A little advice on protocol would be very helpful!! :)
from fornickels
Feb 04, 2016 2:41 pm


EQ 2/1/16
Replied 2/2/16 pass
from carcoh
Feb 04, 2016 1:29 pm


EQ: 2/2/16
FR: 2/4/16 - request for exclusive
I currently have it out with other agents, so I'm hoping she'll give me an exception, but totally understand if she doesn't. I honestly wasn't expecting a full request, and feel a bit silly for querying since I KNOW she likes exclusives.

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