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Ms. Kimberly Brower

Brower Literary & Management

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Kimberly Brower

Brower Literary & Management

110 Wall Street
New York, NY 10005
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Book Club
Family Saga


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Deborah Madar
Melissa Marino
Laurelin Paige
Author Comments
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09/17/2023 10:56 PM
Been 83 days, no reply, sent a nudge

08/25/2023 04:14 PM
Between 6-8 weeks of receipt of your query, if interested. Assuming it's a no. A no from one agent means a no from all.
08/23/2023 10:02 AM
adult uf/pnr

Q: 7-11-23
X: 8-23-23
08/16/2023 05:57 PM
Query sent: 7/8/23
Nudged with offer of rep: 7/31
Rejection: 8/8
100k contemporary romance

07/26/2023 10:34 AM
EQ: 03/17/2023
Nudge: 07/10/2023
07/25/2023: received an email saying she was still considering.

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09/13/2021 - Genres updated.
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