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Mr. Greg Johnson

WordServe Literary Agency

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Greg Johnson

WordServe Literary Agency

7500 E. Arapahoe Rd., Suite 285
Centennial, CO 80112
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Website:
www.wordserveliterary.com
AALA Member:
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Query Methods
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Middle Grade
Religious/Inspirational
Young Adult

Non-Fiction

Business/Finance
Health/Fitness
History
Juvenile/Graphic
Memoir
Military
Religion/Spirituality
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Known Clients (current & past)
Tana Amen
Daniel Amen
Ron Archer
Steve Arterburn
Marcus Brotherton
Jim Burns
Wayne Cordeiro
Barry Corey
Deborah Coty
Doug Fields
Leslie Leyland Fields
Trey Gowdy
David Holder
Karen Holder
Jonathan McKee
Kerri Pomaroli
Kara Powell
Tim Scott
Amy Sorrells
Margot Starbuck
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
DW_Bailey
03/05/2023 12:37 PM
Submitted 5 pages via email 05/03/2023 to Greg Johnson
ZackIrons
10/30/2022 07:50 PM
I just submitted a 71k MG Fiction. Greg seems like a family-friendly agent. Finger crossed.
MikeNordenstrom
03/20/2021 07:42 AM
EQ, 03/09/2021
Faith based MG in Magical Realism.
KristenH
07/19/2020 06:42 AM
EQ 2/28/20 (Requery Venom-adult thriller)
CNR 7/16/20 (No word via nudges)
JasonTVoiovich
04/26/2018 11:34 AM
EQ: 4/26/2018 business, narrative nonfiction
Juliethesketcher
10/29/2017 01:41 PM
This agency requires books of over 40,000 words.
KristenH
06/20/2017 04:16 PM
EQ 3/7/17 (Venom)
ER 4/6/17 (Passed-not a good fit.) Will try him next month with Chain Reaction.

6/20/17: EQ 5/16/17 (Chain Reaction)
ER 6/20/17 (Passed--not a good fit.) Will try him or Sara with DI this summer.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
01/18/2017 04:27 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
dpoellot
05/13/2012 09:38 PM
Queried on 12/16/11. Moved to no response on 2/14/12. Received a form rejection on 5/10/12. Maybe others want to wait five months before they give up. I guess I gave up too early, but it was still a rejection in the end.
JCHFLA
05/07/2012 02:34 PM
Appears to be open to queries.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
12/01/2010 03:45 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries until Feb. 1.
Missouri_Author_Nelson
07/24/2010 08:11 AM
Submitted a query in mid-June 2010. Got a request to read full manuscript that same week. Still waiting to hear back.
Patrick (Admin)
04/01/2010 10:03 PM
Thank you check6lit. He has been added.
check6lit
04/01/2010 08:11 PM
Patrick,

New agent as of Jun 09 - Mr. Seeling. See their webpage for more info.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
01/16/2010 11:15 PM
Profile Update: Taking queries again.
Patrick (Admin)
12/30/2009 09:04 AM
"From December 15 to January 14, WordServe Literary won't accept queries. We'll accept them again January 15th. "
ScholarSpartan
07/11/2008 12:00 PM
Damn! Got a reply before the Sun set. Simple and personal email informing me that my book was not his specialty. Scholarspartan.blogspot.com
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Last Update:
- New postal address.
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