Ms. Maria Bell

Sterling Lord Literistic

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Maria Bell

Sterling Lord Literistic

115 Broadway, Suite 1602
New York, NY 10006
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Literary Fiction


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Patrick (Admin)
06/01/2023 06:56 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
05/18/2023 05:57 PM
5/18/23 YA SciFi - 80,000 wds. Rejected after 49 days. After reading the full manuscript, Maria sent me a really nice email saying "Thanks so much for giving me the opportunity to read THE SAMSON PROJECT. You are undoubtedly a talented writer, and I enjoyed reading your work. However, the story isn’t the best fit for me and so I’ll step aside, as you deserve an agent who is wholeheartedly enthusiastic."

Fellow writers, this was lovely, after being ghosted by other agents. I appreciate her thoughtfulness. I'm sure she'll be a great agent if she makes you an offer.
04/22/2023 11:16 AM
4/21/23 - Online form re: Moody's Bluff - YA 54K
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