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Mr. Scott Eagan

Greyhaus Literary Agency

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Scott Eagan

Greyhaus Literary Agency

3021 20th St. Pl. SW
Puyallup, WA 98373
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Greyhaus Literary Agency ONLY focuses on traditional mass market romance and women's fiction. Please check the agent's website for details before you query.
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Women's Fiction


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Known Clients (current & past)
Elizabetta Bricca
Leanne Bristow
Susan Edwards
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Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
03/23/2023 03:58 AM
EQ 1/23
Full request 1/25
Offer of rep 3/7
01/20/2023 10:58 AM
Seems like he has a bit of an attitude and comes off like an elitist. Doesn't sound like someone I'd like to work with. Recently posted a blog responding to someone who called him out. Interesting.
10/20/2022 03:56 PM
He requests lots of material and is the top requester. Checking his record here, he's signed no clients and there are no success stories.
10/20/2022 03:04 PM
FQ: 9/23/22
FullReq: 9/23/22 (sent 9/26/22)
Rejection, semi-personalized 10/20/22

historical romance (single title), 85k
09/04/2022 08:25 PM
Form Query: 9/4/22
My novel is historical, but it is definitely women's fiction. Based on his submission requirements, I think that its what he is looking for...crossing fingers!
09/02/2022 04:49 PM
07/23/2022 10:50 AM
Fq 6/13/22
Preq 6/26/22
Freq 6/28/22
Polite pass with knowledgeable and helpful feedback 7/23/22
He liked my writing but had issues with the characters. This is good. I can work with this. Anyone would be lucky to work with Scott.
Historical romance 75k
04/13/2022 02:49 PM
Form Query: 4/7/22
Rejected: 4/13/22

New Adult Contemporary Romance 79k
04/11/2022 01:04 AM
04/11/2022 01:04 AM
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Patrick (Admin)
01/10/2022 12:42 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
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Patrick (Admin)
11/01/2021 09:03 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
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Patrick (Admin)
06/01/2021 11:53 AM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
03/23/2021 10:35 AM
EQ: 3/10/21
ER: 3/23/21
Form letter, but a nice one; not for him
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Patrick (Admin)
03/10/2021 07:19 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
02/13/2021 09:04 AM
A very kind rejection letter, suggesting that my manuscript better fits the "general fiction" market than either romance or women's fiction. I appreciate the feedback.
12/09/2020 04:23 PM
EQ 12/9/2020
Historical Fiction 61,527 words
12/04/2020 03:32 PM
sent lf/wf 99K 11/24 reject 12/4 same as letter below
11/28/2020 10:14 AM
emailed query, adult female-driven comm fantasy-mag realism, 88k 11/28/20
10/05/2020 09:27 AM
EQ: 9/23/20
PR: 9/23/20
Notified of offer 10/2/20
Congratulatory step aside 10/5

92k contemporary romance
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Last Update:
01/10/2022 - Open to queries.
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