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Mr. Brady McReynolds

JABberwocky Literary Agency

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Brady McReynolds

JABberwocky Literary Agency

New York, NY
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Science Fiction


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Dan Koboldt
Adam Oyebanji
Mj Wassmer
Author Comments
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09/13/2023 08:47 AM
FQ: 9/13/23

105k fantasy romance
09/07/2023 10:30 AM
FQ: 7/1/23
FR: 9/1/23
116k military fantasy
08/20/2023 08:13 PM
adult uf/pnr

Q: 07/8/2023
X: 08/17/2023
08/11/2023 04:09 AM
QM: 8/11/23

Adult SciFi 70k
07/14/2023 11:20 AM
Adult Fantasy, 120K
Queried: 4 June 2023
FR: 14 July 2023

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05/09/2023 - Genres updated.
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