Mr. Eric Showers

Howard Morhaim Literary Agency

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Eric Showers

Howard Morhaim Literary Agency

Brooklyn, NY
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06/02/2023 04:02 PM
EQ: 5/4/23
ER: 6/2/23

Adult Sci-Fi / Time Travel / 97k

Sent me the first personal rejection confirming they actually read the sample chps:

"Thanks for sending _________ my way, I'm grateful for the chance to have read it. While the premise is interesting and I do have a soft spot for mysterious organizations enforcing temporal order, I didn't find myself connecting with the characters as much as I'd have liked. I have to respectfully pass on this, but I sincerely hope you find a home for it elsewhere.

05/08/2023 04:54 PM
EQ: 05/08/23

Epic fantasy, 260k
05/08/2023 03:14 PM
EQ: 05/08/23

epic fantasy, 101K
05/04/2023 09:17 PM
EQ: 5/4/23

93kYA Fantasy (Doesn't say that he takes YA, but I thought I'd give it a shot.)
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