Ms. Alicia Brooks

Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency

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Alicia Brooks

Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency

216 East 75th Street
New York, NY 10021
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Book Club
Literary Fiction
Young Adult


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05/15/2023 06:23 PM
3/16/23 Queried by form.
3/16/23 Full request. Sent same day.
4/17/23 Nudge. No reply.
5/2/23 Second nudge. Out-of-office form reply.
Am assuming this a no.
Literary thriller 86k words.
03/17/2023 08:14 AM
Form submission 3/11/23
100k own voices/upmarket
She seems to move fast if she'e interested so this is a CNR 3/17/23
02/09/2023 01:04 PM
2/3/23--Invited to submit a query via a social media contact
2/3/23--Submitted query to email address
2/3/23--Full manuscript request
2/7/23--Phone call with verbal offer of representation
2/7/23--Officially signed contract for representation
11/15/2022 12:10 PM
FQ: 11/9/22

Upmarket 84K
09/21/2022 04:58 PM
EQ: 3/2/22
Full Request: 3/2/22
CNR: 9/21/22

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