Mr. Ian Drury

Sheil Land Associates Ltd

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Ian Drury

Sheil Land Associates Ltd

52 Doughty Street
London WC1N 2LS
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Website:
www.sheilland.co.uk/
Blog/Other:
www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/iandrury/
Query Methods
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Genres
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Fiction

Fantasy
General Fiction
Science Fiction
Thrillers/Suspense

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mlucas
09/22/2022 05:43 PM
Submitted email query (EQ): 22 September 2022
SF 107k
AllieBaBa
06/05/2022 01:40 AM
It's hard to get below a 1.4% response rate, but he's trying.
DeeCee2022
02/14/2022 01:55 AM
EQ: 14 February 2022
SF 85k

"We aim to respond in 2 to 4 months but sometimes it takes a while longer. Feel free to check if we have received your submission after 2 months and we will get back to you asap."
davegoodman
11/04/2021 02:57 AM
Email query - 14/09/2021, SF, 105K
CNR'd at 51 days.
hjack115
10/18/2021 11:00 PM
Submitted adult fantasy 101k on 10/18/2021
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