Ms. Sylvie Carr

The Carr Agency

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Sylvie Carr

The Carr Agency

San Francisco, CA
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Website:
the-carr-agency.com
Blog/Other:
www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/thecarragency/
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Genres
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Fiction

General Fiction
Mystery

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Biography
Business/Finance
Health/Fitness
History
Science/Technology
Sports
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Author Comments
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lydiarogue
11/20/2022 07:02 PM
According to her website, she does not represent religion/spirituality titles
Catsamoa79
12/30/2021 11:33 AM
EQ: 9/8/21
CNR: 12/30/21
OPKiwi
11/27/2021 12:34 PM
CNR 102 days
No response to nudge.
TooMuchCoffeeMan
10/20/2021 07:42 PM
CNR @ 57 days.
Maranda
06/16/2021 11:27 AM
EQ:6/16/21
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Profile History
Last Update:
09/26/2019 - Started her own agency. Formerly with Fletcher & Company.
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