Ms. Lorna Hemingway

Bell Lomax Moreton Agency

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Lorna Hemingway

Bell Lomax Moreton Agency

Suite C, Victory House, 131 Queensway
Petts Wood, Kent BR5 1DG
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Picture Book


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10/07/2023 06:50 AM
Picture Book, Author

EQ: 07/08/2023
Notification of Offer: 09/26/2023, given 10/6/23 deadline
CNR: 10/7/2023
12/13/2022 11:26 AM
I sent an e-mail but never got heard back
More that 120+ days
12/09/2022 02:52 PM
2 PB submission: 12/9/22
08/26/2022 12:45 PM
Query: 26 Aug 22

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