Mr. John Baker

Bell Lomax Moreton Agency

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John Baker

Bell Lomax Moreton Agency

Suite C, Victory House, 131 Queensway
Petts Wood, Kent BR5 1DG
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Science Fiction


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06/21/2024 12:26 PM
Email 21/06/24 SF 106K words
06/11/2024 03:03 PM
Q: 11Jun2024
116k fantasy
06/10/2024 08:41 AM
Email: Mar 18th, 2024
CNR: Jun 10th, 2024
96k Adult (Dark-ish) Fantasy
06/09/2024 07:59 PM
Query sent 09 June 2024, cyberpunk thriller 68k words. Fingers crossed!
06/09/2024 12:51 AM
John's genres also include New Adult and YA books, so long as they're fantasy, science fiction, horror, or speculative. From his page on the agency website:

"John is focusing on authors writing in the Adult, New Adult and YA space. John is looking for anything under the broad church of SFF."
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