Ms. Colleen Oefelein

MacGregor & Luedeke Literary

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Colleen Oefelein

MacGregor & Luedeke Literary

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This agent is seeking the following genres:


  • Romance, Category
  • Romance, Contemporary
  • Romance, Historical
  • Romance, Paranormal
  • Romance, Thriller/Suspense


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True Adventure/Crime
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06/16/2024 05:18 PM
Sent via QM 1 April 2024

Contemporary Romance 91k

Withdrawn 17 June 2024
04/08/2024 02:38 PM
Email query after she liked my pitch during SavvyAuthors Spring Pitchfest 2024
Nudged with offer of rep 4/8/24

Adult romcom 74k

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Patrick (Admin)
04/02/2024 02:53 PM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
03/30/2024 04:25 PM
FQ: 3/30/24
Romantic susp. 100k
03/28/2024 08:12 AM
QM: 12/15/23
X: 3/23/24
87k adult rom-com

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