Back to the story of how I ended up signing with Chris Richman at Firebrand. Here’s the funny thing: Chris wasn’t even the agent I queried. Chris was a new agent and only had one client at the time. I’m pretty sure he had either just made his first sale or was about to, but
I’m a researcher. I love doing research. I have to shut off my internet connection while I’m writing because if I don’t I might lose myself in researching some tidbit that has come up. It’s a sickness really. One of the ways I come up with story ideas is to surf wikipedia. I just go
I’ve been having a lively conversation over on Self-Publishing Review about the nature and responsibility of an agent. There are a lot of negative ideas out there about agents, and I can’t address them all, so I thought that I’d tell my story. Tell how I got my agent and what our relationship is like.
I’m not one for end of the year things or resolutions. This has been a good year for me. I hooked up with my fantastic agent Chris Richman over at Firebrand, I did some traveling, did a lot of writing, and with a little luck next year will see my work published. The publishing industry