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New Agent Alert: Quantrilla Ard of Embolden Media Group

New literary agent alerts (with this spotlight featuring Quantrilla Ard of Embolden Media Group) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Quantrilla Ard, is a faith-based personal and spiritual development writer, author, speaker, and new literary agent who believes in the power of collective strength, community, and fellowship. Quanny (as her friends call her), regularly records weekend audios and writes teachings for the First 5 app, and has been a contributing study leader for Proverbs 31. She has also served as an intern with and Community Coordinator for Chrystal Evans Hurst. Never a dull moment in her life, she has several book contributions under her belt and her work was recently published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: I'm Speaking Now: Black Women Share Their Truth in 101 Stories of Love, Courage and Hope.

Quantrilla Ard of Embolden Media Group

Quantrilla Ard

(20 Literary Agents Actively Seeking Writers and Their Writing.)

Her goal is and has always been to lead with compassion and walk alongside women in the difficulties of life while illuminating the often hidden joys tucked within sorrow. Currently, Quantrilla uses her social media platforms to engage, educate, and inform others on her doctoral research. She holds a PhD in Health Psychology and is a champion of reproductive justice and health disparities. Dr. Ard has been a guest on several podcasts to speak on the topics of Black maternal and infant health and mortality. In addition, she also provides expert opinions on the same in various print and online media outlets.

Currently Seeking

Quantrilla is seeking to acquire authors writing in the following adult nonfiction categories: Christian Living, Inspirational, Personal and Spiritual Growth and Development, Women's Issues, Grief and Loss, Mental Health, Faith and Wellness, Social Sciences, Black Maternal and Infant Health and Mortality, Memoir, Devotional, Leadership. She is also open to Children's Fiction and nonfiction both in the Christian and mainstream arenas.

How to Submit

Writers can submit a query letter to quantrilla.ard@emboldenmediagroup.com and find more information at https://emboldenmediagroup.com/literary-representation.

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