Ms. Liza Fleissig

Liza Royce Agency, LLC

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Ms. Liza Fleissig

Liza Royce Agency, LLC

1049 Park Ave
New York, NY 10028


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Jan 12, 2015 9:15 am, zeldamar said...
Good luck, qqphi5j!
Jan 11, 2015 6:55 pm, sbrovens said...
EQ - 1/11/15 - Suspense at 50,800 words
Jan 09, 2015 10:09 am, qqphi5j said...
EQ: 1/7
FR: 1/9

YA Fantasy (retelling)
Jan 08, 2015 6:03 pm, weewilliewinkie said...
Liza is my agent. She sold my debut thriller to Penguin Random House a few months ago. She is an excellent agent and as hard-working and diligent as any in the industry. I love working with her. She is honest and forthright in her dealings and I always know where we stand. Every email I send is promptly answered. Like any agent, however, she is absolutely swamped and getting her time and attention when you are trying to break in is challenging.

That's just part of the process. Every agent gets tons of queries. Liza personally reads every query she receives. If she asks for an exclusive, your manuscript will be read even if it takes awhile. Unlike many agents who use interns to screen their queries and read sample materials, Liza actually pays former industry professionals to work as her readers. If they recommend it, she then reads it herself.

7-8 weeks is quite reasonable if you're guaranteed a serious look at your efforts. That doesn't mean she's going to like it and take you on as a client. That also doesn't mean it isn't good and will someday find the right agent. If it's rejected it's just means it's not for her. As those of us who've been at this a very long time quickly learned, you chances with any one agent are always daunting. Like all agents with the volume she receives she has to be quite selective.

Even if all you eventually receive from Liza is a form letter rejection, you gave it a shot and someone will have actually looked at you manuscript. Rejections, as all of us know, aren't fun, but they're definitely part of the process. Learn what you can from them, and keep trying. That perfect agent might be out there for you, just like Liza was for me.

Remember, you must have three things for eventually find your book on the shelf in Barnes & Noble - talent, persistence, and luck. When those three come together you'll hopefully find your home.
Jan 07, 2015 8:33 am, CarleyWeedMoore said...
EQ: 11/6/14
FR: 11/9/14
Sent: 11/9/14
ER: 1/4/15

Kinda of sad that is was a form rejection. No helpful info and didn't even have a salutation. But the response was:

"Thank you for your patience while we considered your work. In the end, while there was much to be admired, we did not fall in love with the overall execution in a way we need to take on a project, especially given this is such a difficult time for fiction. I am sorry not to be writing with better news, but this business is so subjective, and another agent might very well feel differently. You deserve an agent with whom your work really resonates, and I'm just sorry that wasn't us. I sincerely wish you luck on this journey and thank you all the same for reaching out to LRA."

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Science Fiction
Women's Fiction
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