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from Debbiek
Mar 28, 2017 2:15 pm

I submitted online to Lydia Sharp. 3/13
Nudged after offer of publication from and Lydia was nice enough to get back to me within a few days of deadline. It was a very helpful personalized rejection with invitation to submit in the future and congratulations on offer.
from redpandabear
Mar 23, 2017 7:58 pm

3/23/17: submitted based off request from #PitMad.

78k YA Paranormal Romance.
from ya_writer
Mar 21, 2017 1:22 pm

2/14: Agented submission

90K YA Thriller
from Buddrcup
Feb 15, 2017 11:43 am

2/13/17: Online Form submission of query and full ms
2/15/17: ER resubmit after 6 months if revised (but no hints as to suggested revisions.)
YA Historical Time Travel
85,000 words
from MissMary
Feb 04, 2017 8:54 pm

Congrats on your other offer of pub, KayBeyus! Sorry for the crickets from ET. Silence is getting SO common from pretty much all the publishers--even if you have an agent.

A couple weeks ago, my (second) agent hung up her hat. She subbed my historical YA to Wendy Chen who then passed my sub to Lydia Sharp. She responded with a pass with an invitation to resubmit if I revised POV and added more conflicts. I went ahead and did the revision and my agent resubmitted my R&R, deciding soon after to stop agenting. So I emailed Lydia to let her know and she wrote back a week after, saying thanks for the update and that she'd be in touch. Lydia's own book released yesterday, so I know she's been mighty busy. I would love to write for Entangled, especially with their strength for widespread distribution after signing with MacMillan, but I believe Lydia offers R&Rs somewhat frequently. So who knows how this will turn out...

Agented sub: 8/16/2016
Rejection with R&R offer: 10/12/16
Subbed R&R: 12/6/16
Notice of loss of agent: 12/27/16
Thanks for notice: 1/2/17
Rejection: 2/2/17

Oh, and good luck with your own R&R, msmavity!

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