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Ms. Amy Jameson

A + B Works

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Amy Jameson

A + B Works

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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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Jessica Day George
Shannon Hale
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08/17/2023 02:25 PM
FQ: 5/20/23
CNR: 8/17/23

MG Con 57k

07/14/2023 01:29 PM
July 14, 2023 Submitted QL for 58K YA Romance via email
05/28/2023 01:52 AM
I am unsure how to pitch Amy. Do you simply paste your first 3 chapters & a synopsis into the 'message' portion of the online form? I cannot find query requirements anywhere. Thanks.
05/17/2023 01:06 PM
Only seeking YA and MA books
05/09/2023 04:40 AM
9th of May 2023: query sent

50k YA Lit.
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