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Ms. Veronica Park

Fuse Literary

New York, NY


Twitter: VeroniKaboom

AAR Member: No

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from georgeclinton
Dec 27, 2019 1:34 pm

This woman cares. So refreshing.
from BillGinTexas
Dec 23, 2019 11:37 am

OQ: 07/12/2019 Hist Fic 76k
CNR 11/10/2019
from SRiveraAuthor
Nov 21, 2019 8:34 pm

Form Query: 11/18/19
Personalized Rejection: 11/20/19
I have nothing but the utmost respect for this agent. She is a true advocate for writers and she cares for our well-being. I can tell she is very passionate about her job, and most of all I love that she is "up-front" and tough. This is an agent who won't have any problem whatsoever fighting for the best terms for her writers.

Adult Own Voices Contemporary Romance
from TheNixie
Sep 26, 2019 10:40 pm

EQ 6/11
ER: 9/25

I'm sorry, but your project doesn't feel like a perfect fit for me at this time, and so I will have to pass. Please remember that each agent's list is a highly subjective and constantly evolving thing, and the decision to not add an author or project to that list at any given time is not necessarily a reflection on the author's promise or the quality of the work.
from Catsamoa79
Sep 25, 2019 11:08 am

EQ: 6/4/19
ER: 9/25/19
Form letter
from NancyDWrites
Sep 21, 2019 8:50 pm

EQ: 7/20/19
automatic response with link to updates
No response 9/21

Memoir, 70,000
from aetherquill
Aug 02, 2019 1:01 pm

EQ: 4/29/19 (#DVPit like)
FR: 8/1/19

Was pleasantly surprised by the full request 3 months after sending the query; I'd been treating it like a rejection.

Contemporary romance, 64k
from Patrick (admin)
Aug 02, 2019 9:36 am

Profile Update: Closed to queries.
from swatithegeek
Aug 01, 2019 11:09 pm

EQ: 05/23/19
FR: 08/02/19, sent same day

YA Romance, 82k
from pattyreuther
Aug 01, 2019 5:21 pm

Women's Lit 65K words

8/1/19 Form ER citing "not a perfect fit" with no other feedback
from mirandamiller137
Jul 01, 2019 6:39 am

EQ: 3/8/19 (online form) (PitMad request)
Full Request: 3/27/19
ER: 6/29/19. It was a very nice rejection with some nice things to say. Ultimately, it came down to not fitting strongly enough in the genres she specializes in.

108K Adult Historical Fiction
from Hulagirl
Jun 30, 2019 9:27 pm

EQ: 6/30/19

Historical Romance 92K
from suzyengland
Jun 29, 2019 8:24 pm

EQ: 3.9.19 (online form)
ER: 4.6.19
Rom-Com 74K
from WhiteGardenia
Jun 20, 2019 1:51 am

The querying process can be quite frustrating and downright stressful. Instead of admonishing and/or criticizing fellow QT members in a public forum, consider helping each other through this process in a positive way. At the very least, if you must say something negative in response to @rtito3’s comment below, perhaps it may have been better directed via PM.
from TheNixie
Jun 19, 2019 10:53 pm

@rtito3 Ms. Park represents both fiction and non-fiction. The things you are complaining about are the elements of a book proposal - the common format for submitting non-fiction. Further, if an author feels their MS is prepared to enter the competition for pro publishing, they are things which an author should know about their proposed book and be prepared to explain. Publishing is a business; that information is the "business case" for choosing your book from the mass of submissions. If you are not prepared to make the case for why a publisher should take a business risk on your book, "PLEASE do not waste agents' time like this!" :)

No, it's *not enough to write your MS and a great query. Yes, it's a lot of work to make yourself stand out sufficiently from the crowd to merit an agent's attention. And more work still to then be one of the small percentage of *those that earns a publisher's attention. If you find that too onerous, consider KDP. Where you will find that you are once again responsible for knowing exactly the same information, not to make a business case, but to manage the marketing and placement of your book - which is the same reason a publisher will want that info. Which is the same reason an agent does. And for all those reasons, it behooves us to know that info and be able to articulate it.

Writing is an art. Publishing is a business.

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