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New Literary Agent Alert: Sarah E. Younger of Nancy Yost Literary

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Sarah E. Younger of Nancy Yost Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

 

 

About Sarah: Before joining the Nancy Yost Literary Agency, Sarah was the eBook editor at Press 53 and graduated from the University of Denver’s graduate course in publishing. Sarah grew up on a horse farm in North Carolina, and cherishes her Southern roots though she is enjoying living in the City. . She also runs the Nancy Yost Literary Twitter.

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She is seeking: She is interested in representing all varieties of romance / women’s fiction: contemporary, historical, Western, sports, regency, inspirational, urban fantasy, paranormal, young adult and any combination thereof. Out of all of those, she’s really love to see a contemporary military romance, a great/quirky historical, or a really awesome inspirational romance. She also enjoys stories with a strong supporting cast of animal characters: horses, dogs, cats.

Please do not submit any thrillers, suspense, poetry or nonfiction.

How to Contact: E-mail Querysarah[at]nyliterary.com. Put “Query + (Your Title)” in the subject line.

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