cheekychook wrote:I would recommend searching for agents at one of these sites first, compile a huge list, then to sort through it google the agents so you can find interviews (guidetoliteraryagents is a great place to find interviews as are several blogs where different agents are interviewed with great frequency). By researching the individual agents on your list it will help you to determine which agent at a big agency might be the best match for you, plus it will give you ideas on how to personalize your query to that particular agent.
Krista G. wrote:Piggybacking off of cheekychook's comment, I just wanted to add that, as far as I know, most of the features over on QueryTracker are accessible for free. Unless they've changed something in the last six months, you can track your queries, leave and read comments, and generate statistical reports all for free (although you do have to sign up for a membership). There are a few added features available to premium members, but you can definitely make do with a standard (free) subscription.
Best of luck in your agent hunt, SuCue! I'm querying my third manuscript at the moment as well. Here's hoping this one's the One:)
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