Mr. Sam Edenborough

Greyhound Literary

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Sam Edenborough

Greyhound Literary

London
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Website:
greyhoundliterary.co.uk/
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@SamEdenborough
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Fantasy
General Fiction
Romance
Science Fiction
Thrillers/Suspense

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LibbieG
03/15/2024 01:29 PM
Queried via email 3/2/24
95K literary sci-fi

Rejection 3/15/24
BungeeBill
03/11/2024 05:30 AM
EQ: 17/01/2024 Literary/Upmarket Science Fiction 80K
ER: 10/03/2024

Pleasant faux-personal response apologizing for delay.

Claire_47
01/27/2024 02:17 PM
EQ: 11 octuber 2023
CNR: 27 january 2024
upper middle grade 49k
GeeEss
12/10/2023 12:01 PM
EQ: 27th Oct 2023, sci-fi/fantasy, 100k words
FR: 10th Dec 2023
Claire_47
10/11/2023 10:34 AM
EQ: 11 octuber 2023
upper middle grade 49k
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