New Literary Agent Alert: Nicole Resciniti of The Seymour Agency

She is seeking: romance, mainstream suspense, thrillers, mysteries, YA and inspirational novels are welcome. Also science fiction/fantasy novel and action/adventure. How to contact: nicole[at]theseymouragency.com. Send a one-page query pasted in the body of an e-mail. No attachments. Paste the first five pages of your manuscript into the bottom of your e-mail. "We make a conscious effort to reply to every query we receive. If you do not receive a request for additional materials within three weeks, you should assume that we are not interested in that particular project."
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Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Nicole Resciniti of The Seymour Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

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About Nicole: After a lifetime of battling an addiction to books, Nicole Resciniti admitted she had a problem. Various jobs (SAT tutoring, high school Marine Biology teacher) couldn’t offset the obsession. Mary Sue Seymour offered an answer: become a literary agent. A consummate science geek and card-carrying Mensa member, Nicole is a member of AAR, ACFW, RWA, and Mensa. She holds degrees in biology, psychology, and behavioral neuroscience.

She is seeking: romance, mainstream suspense, thrillers, mysteries, YA and inspirational novels are welcome. Also science fiction/fantasy novel and action/adventure.

(Are you writing middle grade, edgy paranormal, women's fiction or sci-fi? Read about agents seeking your query NOW.)

How to contact: nicole[at]theseymouragency.com. Send a one-page query pasted in the body of an e-mail. No attachments. Paste the first five pages of your manuscript into the bottom of your e-mail. "We make a conscious effort to reply to every query we receive. If you do not receive a request for additional materials within three weeks, you should assume that we are not interested in that particular project."

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