Ms. Jessica Errera

Jane Rotrosen Agency

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Jessica Errera

Jane Rotrosen Agency

318 E 51st Street
New York, NY 10022
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


  • Romance, Contemporary
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Miel Moreland
Victoria Wlosok
Author Comments
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04/17/2024 03:38 PM
Queried by Form 04/17/2024
YA Fantasy 91k words
04/08/2024 08:21 PM
Form Query 3/9/24
Nudge w offer of rep 4/8/24

Adult Romcom 74k

03/12/2024 11:28 AM
78k YA Contemporary Fantasy
Email query following PitBLK like 10/21/23
Very personalized rejection w/ suggestions & option to requery after revisions 12/19/23
Email second query 1/8/24
Notification of offer 2/9/2024
General step aside 2/12/2024

02/24/2024 07:08 AM
Form: 10/25/23
Adult Romance
CNR 2/24/24 four months

02/14/2024 04:11 PM
Queried 1/14/24
Nudged with offer of rep 1/30/24
CNR: 2/13/24

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