Ms. Millie Hoskins

United Agents, LLP

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Millie Hoskins

United Agents, LLP

12-26 Lexington Street
London W1F OLE
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General Fiction
Literary Fiction


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07/25/2023 05:14 PM
Queried 13th July 2023
Personalised rejection 26th July 2023

Millie seems really kind. Mentioned enjoying the writing but passed as it is too similar to a debut she has recently signed with. An example of poor timing!

05/29/2023 01:49 PM
EQ 29 May 2023
Commercial Women's Fiction 99k
03/27/2023 08:20 PM
EQ: 28th Mar 2023 - Romantic Fiction
10/15/2022 11:53 AM
EQ: 7/7/22
CNR: 10/15/22
05/16/2022 12:45 PM
(Using as a stand-in for Laura Macdougall)

Email query: 05/13/22
Form rejection: 05/16/22

Adult Rom-Com, 75k words
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