Ms. Mary DeMuth

Books & Such Literary Agency

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Mary DeMuth

Books & Such Literary Agency

Rockwall, TX
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11/18/2022 06:15 PM
Rejected: Mental Health/Nonfiction. I received a thoughtful response and feedback. She loved my book idea but said I need a larger platform. “Bigger publishers are looking for, at the smallest, 50K overall followers (Insta, Twitter, FB) in addition to a robust email list (5000+).” Wow that’s a lot.
07/20/2022 05:29 PM
I think she may be opening her own agency. She posted a photo on Twitter yesterday that looks like an agency page on her computer.
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07/07/2022 03:22 PM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website.
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