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Ms. Naomi Eisenbeiss

InkWell Management

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Naomi Eisenbeiss

InkWell Management

521 Fifth Avenue, 26th Floor
New York, NY 10175
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Family Saga
Graphic Novel
Literary Fiction
New Adult
Women's Fiction


Pop Culture
True Adventure/Crime
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03/29/2023 08:54 AM
Email query: 3 March Multicultural novel 71k

Full request: 8March
Email to schedule call: 11 March
Call and offer: 16 March.

I accepted right away, without the usual practice of nudging the 3 other agents who had my Full.

Why? Because the very thought of asking Naomi to wait while I nudged other agents bothered me. What was I expecting from the others that I was not getting from Naomi? What could they possibly offer me that Naomi can't?

That's when I realised that I had found my Dream Agent. Naomi loved my work and was professional throughout the call and on emails before that. Plus warm and kind. I was convinced that she was The One.

When I emailed two agents the next day to withdraw my submission (the third had rejected my full in the mean time), one of the agents was curious and asked if I knew about the normal practice to give other agents a chance to respond. She also said that this happens but usually with a dream agent or if the writer does not have a full ms with other agents. I thought it was quite presumptuous of this agent, and also what is a dream agent, really? So I said Naomi is my dream agent. This other agent emailed me a photo of a bouquet of flowers.

03/20/2023 01:28 PM
EQ: 3/6/2023
Nudge w/ Offer of Rep: 3/13/2023
FR: 3/20/2023
Upmarket 89k
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
02/28/2023 03:47 PM
Profile Update: New email address. Thanks Avramides
02/22/2023 12:42 PM
Submission guidelines list this email
10/20/2022 11:15 AM
EQ: 06/19/2022
Partial Request (75): 08/03/2022

Upmarket Fiction 83k
10/13/2022 10:10 PM
EQ: 8/4/2022 Narrative Non-Fiction/True Crime
CNR 10/13/22
10/12/2022 12:01 PM
Email: 10/12/22

99k LGBTQ+ romantic suspense
10/03/2022 07:45 PM
EQ 7/27/22
CNR 10/3/22 (68 d)

Historical Romance 89k
09/23/2022 10:30 PM
Query: 7/24/22
CNR @ 61 days: 9/23/22

Spec/lit 85k
04/16/2022 04:07 PM
16/april- QUERY SENT

MSWL fit
02/21/2022 07:09 AM
EQ 2.21.22
02/16/2022 01:10 PM
CNR @ 121 days.
12/08/2021 02:05 PM
EQ 11.28.21
Form Reject 12.8.21

Thriller 76k
11/23/2021 09:05 PM
Email query: 11/06/21
Full request: 11/08/21
Form rejection: 11/23/21

Adult Rom-Com, 75k
11/06/2021 04:40 PM
EQ: 6 No 21 100K Lit Fiction
10/21/2021 11:36 AM
EQ: 20 October, 2021
ER: 21 October, 2021

Lovely personalised (!) rejection letter saying that while she quite enjoyed the beginning and thinks I have a way of pulling the reader in, ultimately she's not entirely sure of the somewhat two-dimensional dialogue and the storyline so she's passing.

Adult 83k LitFic
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Last Update:
02/28/2023 - New email address.
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