Agents to Follow on Twitter

Agents are besieged with bad book proposals from writers who usually make the same mistakes. You have many options to find out what those mistakes are so that you can distinguish yourself from the masses of queries. (You don’t need to be told not to query a novel until it’s finished, revised, and edited, right?)

A few agents have made themselves available on Twitter, and they provide good information for aspiring writers.

In addition, add these blogs to your Google Reader or other blog subscription tool. (Yes, there are some of the same people listed.)

I know there are other agents out there, and you’ll want to find the ones that represent your genre and read their submission guidelines, follow them on Twitter or Facebook, and visit their blogs regularly.

Are there any agents you have found on the social media landscape that you would like to add?


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2 thoughts on “Agents to Follow on Twitter”

  1. One again a totally good list to think about and use.

    Actually I use all these agents but still am looking. My editor Rachel Sentes is also an agent, in Canada, but I am unsure if she has twitter.

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