Mr. Eric Showers

Howard Morhaim Literary Agency

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Eric Showers

Howard Morhaim Literary Agency

Brooklyn, NY
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05/12/2024 04:38 AM
EQ: 19/02/2024
CNR: 12/05/2024
96k Adult (Dark-ish) Fantasy
05/08/2024 04:15 PM
Q: 2024/05/05
R: 2024/05/08

Fantasy 87k

Commenting because I was expecting to wait months but received a (very polite, form-adjacent) rejection in 3 days — so it does happen!

"Thanks for sending TITLE my way, I'm grateful for the chance to have read it. I thought the premise was interesting, but I didn't end up connecting with the characters as much as I'd have liked. This is a respectful pass from me, but I sincerely hope you find a home for this elsewhere."

03/28/2024 05:19 PM
Q: 28Mar2024
Fantasy 119K
02/06/2024 10:37 PM
EQ: 2/6/2024
12/12/2023 12:16 AM
05/08/2023: EQ
08/14/2023: Nudge
09/06/2023: CNR
12/11/2023: Rejection
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