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Ms. Rebeka Finch

Darley Anderson Literary

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Rebeka Finch

Darley Anderson Literary

Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Online Form [Go To Form]
This agent is seeking the following genres:


New Adult
  • New Adult, Romance
  • Romance, Comedy
  • Romance, Fantasy
Women's Fiction


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Annalise Errico
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Megan Murphy
Author Comments
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02/07/2024 04:11 PM
Query via form on website: 2/7/24
100k Fantasy Romance
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
01/26/2024 11:16 AM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
01/16/2024 10:28 AM
Query: 1/5/24
Rejection: 1/16/24

108k high fantasy
01/16/2024 06:17 AM
Email query via the agency's online form: 11/23/2023
Adult Romance Fantasy 110k
FR: 01/16/2024

Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
01/11/2024 10:56 AM
Profile Update: Now using a query form.
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Last Update:
01/26/2024 - Genres updated.
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