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Ms. Shannon O'Neill

Ross Yoon Literary Agency

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Shannon O'Neill

Ross Yoon Literary Agency

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Patrick (Admin)
05/07/2022 06:17 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
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Patrick (Admin)
03/01/2022 03:19 PM
Profile Update: Now using QueryManager.
02/04/2022 02:54 PM
Email Query, Proposal,, Chapters 2/4/2022
83K Memoir
05/19/2021 11:41 AM
11/10/20, query, summary, prologue and first two chapters of 135k true crime/me too memoir

No response as of 5/19/21.
01/14/2021 12:32 PM
EQ: 1/13/21
Request for manuscript: 1/13/21

Wish me luck!!
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05/07/2022 - Closed to queries.
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