Ms. Araminta Whitley

The Soho Agency

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Araminta Whitley

The Soho Agency

16–17 Wardour Mews
London W1F 8AT
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Book Club
General Fiction
  • Romance, Thriller/Suspense
Women's Fiction


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Sophie Kinsella
Jennifer McVeigh
Author Comments
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09/02/2022 09:22 AM
EQ 07/02/22
Commercial Women's Historical Fiction 99,000
Nudge due to FR: 07/14/22
CNR 09/02/22
04/15/2021 10:53 AM
Query and proposal, 3/1/21, 135k true crime/me too memoir.

02/24/2021 08:52 PM
EQ 2/24 92k police/crime novel. Didn't see anything on the website indicating that they don't like foreign submissions as someone mentions below.
03/23/2020 12:01 PM
Finished, professionally edited, 103,400-word historical novel. Slightly niche.
EQ: 23 March 2020
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
02/15/2020 04:06 PM
Profile Update: Agency name change.
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Last Update:
02/15/2020 - Agency name change.
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