Ms. Abigail Samoun

Red Fox Literary

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Abigail Samoun

Red Fox Literary

129 Morro Avenue
Shell Beach, CA 93449
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Hannah Harrison
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06/01/2024 02:53 PM
EQ: 6/1/24 MG Contemporary Fantasy. MGHub request
12/06/2018 08:35 PM
#Pitmad request 12/6
05/24/2018 12:01 AM
3/21/18: Email query+full conference attendee
MG animal fantasy 43K

3/21/18 Reply later in the day: short and kind message saying that she is looking forward to reading it
5/23/18 Very nice and encouraging form-ish rejection with some personalization ("voice is strong and and the story has a lot of charm"). She liked it, but didn't love it.
01/05/2018 03:45 PM
10/4/17: Email query+ Full conference attendee
MG Fantasy
10/27/2017 03:56 PM
EQ: 11/09
ER: 26/10 (form)

YA Mystery/Paranormal, 70k
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