Ms. Molly Jamieson

United Agents, LLP

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Molly Jamieson

United Agents, LLP

London
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Website:
www.unitedagents.co.uk
Twitter (X):
@MollyJamieson
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Children's
Fantasy
Middle Grade
Romance
Science Fiction
Speculative
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

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Author Comments
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EttieS40
04/01/2024 10:44 AM
EQ:1/4/24

95k Adult Sci Fi

beejaywrites
02/21/2024 12:18 PM
EQ: 12/5/23
Nudge bc of full request: 1/4/24
Form: 2/21/24

100k fairytale retelling
Tara725
01/31/2024 08:40 AM
EQ: 1/5/24
Emailed regarding revised pages: 1/31/24
Contemporary Romance

Schwartz
01/16/2024 06:19 PM
Sent via email 17 January 2024

Contemporary Romance 91k
lucyamclaren
11/21/2023 11:24 AM
YA dark fantasy 110k
Queried 16/11
Form rejection - enjoyed but did not feel strongly enough 21/11

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