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Ms. Victoria Sanders

Victoria Sanders & Associates

241 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 11H

New York, NY 10014

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from juddwell
Feb 04, 2016 1:32 pm

EQ: 2/3
ER: 2/4

Commercial 80,000
from ClaytonBoothe
Feb 02, 2016 2:50 pm

I queried Victoria Sanders at VSA on 2/1 and received a rejection email the next day, on 2/2. Impressed by the speedy and courteous rejection, and I take her at her word that my query/materials was actually read/reviewed. I'm aiming high on agents I'm contacting first, approaching only topflight agents who rep major best-selling authors because I believe my novel is of that caliber. So I'm not surprised at all that some or even most of them will reject my manuscript. It only takes one great agent to launch a big book. The waiting game is what bothers me many agents say you may (or may not) hear back from them in 8 weeks or longer. Refreshing to get such a quick reply from VSA, even though it was a thumb's down.
from KatieB
Jan 19, 2016 11:31 am

EQ: 1/18
95,000-word Mystery/Crime
ER: 1/19 That was quick.
from batsojopo
Oct 26, 2015 4:25 pm

EQ: 10/24
ER: 10/26
from cmonica9
Oct 11, 2015 2:01 pm

Queried on February 25th.

She asked for manuscript on 27th, and I sent it on the same day.

Here's hoping!

YA Horror 94,000 words

She sent an email saying that my manuscript is still under consideration and that I will hear back from them soon. Is this a good thing?? It's only been a few weeks.

Passed on manuscript on 3/19/15. Very quick response and very kind rejection. Said she liked the story but it needed more editorial work, which is fair.

I emailed her on 3/23 asking her if she would be willing to see a significantly revised manuscript in a month or so. She said she would be delighted to! Keep the hope!

I sent email (on 4/17/15) saying I was working with editor and would get it to her in July. She sent on 4/21/15 that that was fine. I sent the revised manuscript on 6/30/15 and she sent a confirmation of receipt the very next day. She emailed me on 7/14 saying it was still under consideration.

7/24: Offer of representation. It happens, people, it DOES happen! Told her I would let her know in a week and emailed the three other agents who had it about the offer... Accepted her offer 6 days later!!

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