Ms. Amy Williams

The Williams Company

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Amy Williams

The Williams Company

P. O. Box 470
Ossining, NY 10562
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General Fiction


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11/30/2023 10:33 AM
EQ: 8/17/23
CNR: 11/30/23
08/30/2023 10:51 AM
cnr @ 69 days
01/12/2023 07:06 AM
EQ 12/5/22
own voices/upmarket/100k
CNR 1/12/23
12/05/2022 10:52 AM
Amy got back to me on my full quickly (three weeks), and gave a specific reason that she didn't connect with my manuscript. I really appreciate her for doing so!

Literary fiction, 98k words.

Queried: 10/31
Full request: 11/14
Rejection on full: 12/5
11/02/2022 12:00 PM
EQ: 11/2/22

Upmarket 84K
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