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Ms. Sara Crowe

Pippin Properties, Inc.

110 W. 40th St. Suite 1704

New York, NY 10018

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from atenderfeeling
Yesterday 3:42 pm

EQ: August 23
FR: August 23
Nudge w/ offer of rep: September 6
Went with another agent: September 13

70K YA Contemporary
from Buddrcup
Yesterday 10:26 am

EQ: 9/22/17
MG Contemporary Supernatural Mystery
55,000 words
from WhitneytjS
Sep 17, 2017 5:21 pm

EQ: 9/14/17
ER: 9/17/17
from detroit70
Sep 14, 2017 9:11 pm

EQ: sept 1
ER: sept 4

her famous fast rejection :)
from chicklegirl
Sep 05, 2017 4:00 pm

PortiaDe, thanks for giving voice to the exact thing I've been wondering. And thank you to leightongrey for solid advice and encouragement. This is such a wonderful community. :)
from PortiaDe
Sep 05, 2017 2:46 pm

Thanks Leightongrey, I agree it is best to keep querying and writing. I did manage to sell one manuscript directly to a small publisher, but this is a different genre. Perseverance is key. Good luck with your projects. x
from leightongrey
Sep 05, 2017 1:25 pm


From looking at her query timeline, it looks like Sara still responds to fulls - it just takes a few months. It's been eight months since I queried my last project I've since shelved and there's still three agents that haven't responded to my fulls. At this point I've assumed they're just not interested enough to pursue, which is fine. But there's also another agent who responded to a query asking for a full last month. Publishing is slow and to be honest, if I were an agent, checking fulls and queries would be on the bottom of my list. Just keep querying and writing, and it will eventually work out. That's what I say. :)
from PortiaDe
Sep 05, 2017 12:29 pm

For those writers who have been waiting more than 4 months after submitting a Full and after what point do you give up hope of ever hearing back and just move on? I have always continued to query other agents, but always with the hope that she would respond at some point. Now I'm beginning to think it ain't gonna happen.
from Blaire143
Aug 25, 2017 12:42 pm

EQ 8/24
ER 8/25

YA Dark Contemp
from PBquerious
Aug 02, 2017 7:01 pm

2017 interview:
from Lupine
Jul 31, 2017 1:32 pm

EQ: July 28
ER: July 31
"Thank you for thinking of me, but I am not a good fit for this. All my best, Sara"

90K YA fantasy
from reiterwriter
Jul 26, 2017 10:06 am

EQ: July 25
ER: July 26, form

"Thank you for thinking of me, but I am not a good fit for this. All my best, Sara"

96K YA Fantasy
from AliciaIsWriting
Jul 12, 2017 1:15 pm

EQ 7/12 - YA Dark Fantasy 76k
ER 7/12 - 8 minutes later!
Quick and painful. :)
from chicklegirl
Jul 11, 2017 11:14 pm

484query, thanks for that. I sent a full back in January, nudged at the beginning of May, and have yet to hear back. Knowing I'm not alone is comforting. Wishing you good luck!
from 484query
Jul 11, 2017 3:00 pm

Slow as molasses in reading full manuscripts. So if you get a request, don't expect a quick response.

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