Ms. Meg Davis

Ki Agency

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Meg Davis

Ki Agency

22 Highbury Grove
London N5 2ER
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12/14/2023 05:19 AM
Dark fantasy 110k words.
Queried 14th December.
08/22/2023 04:40 AM
EQ: 8 Aug 2023
Commercial Women's Historical Fiction: 99k
CNR 22 Aug 2023

03/16/2023 04:23 PM
EQ: 3/2
CNR: 3/16
The agent has a 2-week CNR policy.

Adult Fantasy
08/04/2022 03:08 PM
EQ: 25/07
Got a response, setting two weeks deadline as mentioned below. Tomorrow’s the deadline, so can pretty much CNR, which sucks because of many reasons, but also really worked hard on that letter. Getting some sort of response would be nice. Oh well.
11/19/2021 12:40 PM
CNR 97 days
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