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Mr. Peter Cox

Redhammer Management Ltd

186 Bickenhall Mansions

London WIU6BX



Website: redhammer.info/

Twitter: AgentPete

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Snail-Mail: No

E-Mail: No

Online Form: Yes

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from djkaye
Feb 01, 2022 3:21 am


My submission was on here, and heavily critiqued. I got some valuable insight from Pete, the guests and the genius room on how to improve the first 700 words. I would highly recommend submitting here, as even if your first 700 words turn out to be awful (mine were), you can learn the things you need to fix them - and often the problem from your book stems from the beginning of it - in my case too much Exposition.
from bead123
Jan 30, 2022 3:14 pm


Just had my submission critiqued. Amazing experience. I can't applaud this agent enough. Professional, sincere and incredibly helpful. We all complain that our submissions end in a slush pile and we never know what went wrong or how close we might have got. THIS agent SHOWS you. With a professional review panel and even more importantly the subscribers who also live comment, an author can see, real time, exactly how their submission landed. Of course it painful and nerve wracking and sometimes just plain awful, but it sheds light on an otherwise elusive process. Every agent you've submitted to will, to a degree or another, critique your submission like this agent does, the bonus here is you get to SEE the feedback. Live. Great experience. Submit NOW.
from Mogliru
Nov 05, 2021 9:30 am


While his review process via YouTube is entertaining and helpful, he cites that people wanting his services for free may have to wait a long time to hear back/have their submission reviewed. He charges a subscription fee for additional review, bumping you up in priority list etc but does not guarantee any sort of representation or constructive feedback. I have not used his services myself but digging a little online I found several people with complaints about how this may be a money-grab. Be wary and read all fine-print!
from UnderTheTree
Oct 25, 2021 12:43 pm


10/25/21 submitted
from Alex_Levitsky
Dec 07, 2020 8:09 am


This agent reviews (or should I rather say "shreds"!) queries online at the "Pop Up Submissions" weekly youtube show. I've submitted mine today.
I'm wondering if anyone's got a clue how long it normally takes for your query to appear on the show? Are we talking weeks, months?
from PRTWriter
Nov 23, 2020 7:25 am


I rather not have my MS on a "Pop up event"

Seems unprofessional to me to have a group of people shred a book live on a stream. If this was a community program like PitchWars or something similar than I would be okay with it being a Mock submission. However, not when you're querying MS. Hard pass
from TinaHendricks
Oct 18, 2020 12:25 pm


Pop up submissions sound awesome! Sent them my Adult commercial fantasy-magical realism. 87k 10/18/20
from KristenH
Jul 12, 2020 7:09 am


EQ 2/16/20 (Venom-adult thriller)
ER 5/19/20 (Passed based on one page read via video-too much expo, no sensory, great concept=disengaged)

Laura, your first page will be read this fall via video--I had to wait 3 months and nudge Peter to find out on my date. Peter will read your query, someone will read the first page. There's a guest who would also comment with his or her thoughts. People who are watching the video will comment on the feed. Then they discuss it if they want to pass (disengage) or read more with pop-up images. Mine was ripped into shreds.
from LaurenRoseWriter
Jun 29, 2020 11:33 pm


Sent in my submission for their pop-up live event. Not sure what to expect or when mine will be reviewed, and it is also 5pm UK time, which will be 1:30am here, but I'm hopeful for some good feedback.
from rezal2020
Feb 06, 2020 8:35 am


This agent takes submissions via something called "Pop-up" sumbissions. It's a live event he hosts every Sunday, and they review submissions live.

It's helpful to have a social media presence of some kind as they ask for a link to a website to showcase you, and they also require a 500 word sales blurb for the book.

I'm....unsure about this myself, but may return to it at a later date.

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