Ms. Denise Barone

Barone Literary Agency

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Denise Barone

Barone Literary Agency

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Website:
www.baroneliterary.com
Twitter (X):
@baroneliterary
AALA Member:
No
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Online Form [Go To Form]
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Erotica
Historical
Horror
New Adult
Romance
  • Romance, Category
Women's Fiction
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

none
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Known Clients (current & past)
Laurie Albano
Michele Barrow-Belisle
Cathy Bennett
Sarah Biglow
Suzanne Hay
Robert Hoxie
Kristal McKerrington
Lynn Petersen
Curt Rude
Anna Snow
Gwen Stoner
Ivan Szendro
Molly Zenk
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
EmmaGeneva
05/10/2024 06:30 AM
05/10/2024 women fiction 72000
KatherineMacMillan
01/24/2024 03:56 PM
CNR @ 71 days
Catsamoa79
12/07/2023 11:56 AM
EQ: 8/19/23
CNR: 12/7/23
MotownCountry
08/29/2023 03:04 PM
cnr @ 42 days
MadameDefarge
07/25/2023 02:31 PM
Anybody know anything about her?
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Profile History
Last Update:
07/17/2023 - Open to queries. Genres updated.
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