Ms. Juliana McBride

Rebecca Friedman Literary Agency

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Juliana McBride

Rebecca Friedman Literary Agency

New York, NY
Website:
rfliterary.com
Twitter (X):
@Juliananotabot
AALA Member:
Yes (Visit Site)
Query Methods
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Commercial
Family Saga
Literary Fiction
New Adult
Romance
  • Romance, Contemporary
Upmarket
Women's Fiction
Young Adult
  • Young Adult, Romance

Non-Fiction

none
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Author Comments
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dmfifer
05/05/2024 10:36 PM
QM: 5/5/24

Upmarket 150k
CasualChloe
04/17/2024 10:44 AM
Query: 04/16/2024
Form rejection: 04/16/2024
Speculative YA 57k
ChelseaLAndrade
04/15/2024 03:36 PM
EQ: 4/15/24

74k Commercial fiction
Ljpk1992
04/08/2024 08:03 PM
QM 3/28/24
Nudge w offer 4/8/24

Adult romcom 75k

Catsamoa79
03/30/2024 01:19 PM
EQ: 3/21/24
ER: 3/29/24
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Last Update:
02/09/2024 - Open to queries. Genres updated.
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