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Ms. Ashley Hong

Gardner Literary Agency

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Ashley Hong

Gardner Literary Agency

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Genres
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Fiction

Romance
  • Romance, Comedy

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Memoir
Self-Help
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Rose2128
07/02/2023 07:42 PM
Sent form on Gardner May 26th.
Full Request on June 7th.
Zoom Call on June 12th.
Accepted her offer on June 30th.

Also my book is upmarket/ historical fiction for anyone that’s wondering.

She is amazing and very knowledgeable on her craft on both sides as an agent and her experience as an editor with Penguin is a HUGE PLUS. Answered all of my questions with absolute ease.

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