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Ms. Pattie Steele-Perkins

Steele-Perkins Literary Agency

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Pattie Steele-Perkins

Steele-Perkins Literary Agency

26 Island Lane
Canandaigua, NY 14424
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Query Methods
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Chick Lit
Women's Fiction


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Known Clients (current & past)
Donna Hill
Julie Miller
Sue-Ellen Welfonder
Author Comments
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09/13/2022 06:43 PM
01/23/2022 01:37 PM
Unable to find a website, but did find her on a "Christian Agents" website so I'm not sure my steamy romance is for her.
11/28/2020 06:16 PM
adult female-driven comm fantasy, mag realism, 88k 11/28/20
02/21/2019 12:48 PM
EQ: 1/11/19
ER: 2/21/19
Form letter
12/15/2018 12:25 PM
EQ: 6/10/18 Contemporary Romantic Suspense
CNR: 12/15/18
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