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Ms. Rachel Kent

Books & Such Literary Agency

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Rachel Kent

Books & Such Literary Agency

52 Mission Circle, Suite 122, PMB 170
Santa Rosa, CA 95409
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


General Fiction
Picture Book


General Non-Fiction
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Regina Jennings
Anne Elisabeth Stengl
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10/25/2023 01:45 PM
Christian Agent

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Patrick (Admin)
10/11/2023 08:14 AM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
09/23/2023 10:16 PM
Email Query: 6/9/23
CNR: 9/23/23

99k fantasy romance
08/16/2023 05:50 PM
cnr @ 31 days
01/19/2023 02:02 PM
EQ: 1/19/23
Contemporary Fiction 100k
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10/11/2023 - Genres updated.
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