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Ms. Joanna Rasheed

Ultra Literary

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Joanna Rasheed

Ultra Literary

New York, NY
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Science Fiction
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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04/09/2024 05:37 PM
Email query 4/3/24
Nudge w offer 4/8/24
Partial request 4/8/24
Sent partial 4/9/24
Requested full 4/9/24
Sent full 4/9/24

WF w romcom elements 75k

03/20/2024 12:56 PM
I did the same. Three chapters addended.
03/20/2024 11:14 AM
@Desirey - I just included the first three chapters in my email, since that's what Lane Clarke's QueryManager required.
03/20/2024 10:57 AM
Are there any instructions on what to include in the submission? Couldn’t find it on the agency's website
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