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Ms. Rowan Lawton

The Soho Agency

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Rowan Lawton

The Soho Agency

16–17 Wardour Mews
London W1F 8AT
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Book Club
Literary Fiction
  • Romance, Comedy
  • Romance, Contemporary
Women's Fiction


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Author Comments
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06/12/2023 10:48 PM
EQ sent 13 June 2023

Contemporary romance 91k
03/24/2023 02:25 AM
EQ: 22nd March 2023 - Romantic Fiction, 53,000 words.
03/24/2022 06:52 AM
Closed for submissions
11/27/2021 12:37 PM
CNR 98 days
No response to nudge.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
02/15/2020 04:27 PM
Profile Update: Agency name change.
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02/15/2020 - Agency name change.
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