Ms. Taylor Haggerty

Root Literary

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Taylor Haggerty

Root Literary

Los Angeles, CA
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


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Middle Grade
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Known Clients (current & past)
Kate Clayborn
Carley Fortune
Karina Halle
Emily Henry
Sarah Hogle
Marisa Kanter
Victoria Lee
Bridget Morrissey
Natasha Ngan
Kayla Olson
Lana Popovic
Ciannon Smart
Destiny Soria
Sally Thorne
Author Comments
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06/12/2024 01:47 PM
Emailed Query: 6/12/24

Adult romcom 95k
04/11/2024 01:40 PM
Email query 2/21/24
Nudged agency with offer of rep 4/8/24
Nudged personal email with offer of rep 4/10/24
Step aside 4/11/24

Adult romcom 75k

04/07/2024 02:27 PM
EQ 4/8/24
92K women's fiction
04/01/2024 08:09 AM
EQ: 4/1/24
Adult Romance
03/28/2024 01:44 PM
Email query 3/28/24
Contemporary Rom 86,000
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01/11/2023 - Open to queries.
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