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Ms. Alice Crider

WordServe Literary Agency

 
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Ms. Alice Crider

WordServe Literary Agency

 

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Aug 15, 2014 9:26 pm, donwhite84 said...
I met her in person at a writers' conference. She was sincerely interested in my nonfiction project, and had praise for my writing and book concept, but the issue of "platform" (or rather the lack of it) was the sticking point. I asked what an ideal platform for a NON-fiction writer would look like to her, and she said either (a) a nationally known speaker, or (b) someone with 1000s of blog/social media followers. She added that I could probably sell to a small publisher right now, but she thought my book was worthy of a larger publisher IF I could expand my platform. She was kind and cordial, but I'm really hating the "P-word" ("platform") of late.
Jun 30, 2014 8:16 pm, refinedself said...
Focused on Christian themes.
Nov 17, 2013 11:57 pm, SeanGabhann said...
Website limits submissions to 120,000 words.
Oct 23, 2013 4:01 pm, angelscribe said...
On 10/3, I sent Alice a query for Chain Reaction via online form. Today it came back with the same old rejection. They declined, since it's not something they can sell well.
Oct 02, 2013 3:45 pm, duchessmary said...
10/4/13 EQ and 5 pages


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Genres of Interest.

FICTION

Crime/Detective/Police
Historical
Literary Fiction
Religious/Inspirational
Romance
Thrillers/Suspense
Women's Fiction
NON-FICTION

Biography & Memoirs
Business & Finance
Current Affairs & Politics
History & Military
Medical, Health & Fitness
Parenting
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Psychology
Religion & Spirituality
Self-Help
Women's Issues
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