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New Literary Agent Alert: Jamie Bodnar Drowley of Inklings Literary

Jamie is seeking: In Adult, New Adult and Young Adult fiction, Jamie is seeking fantasy, mystery, romance, paranormal, historical, contemporary, horror, light sci-fi and thrillers. In MG, she loves stories that make her laugh and are imaginative with a clear voice. She loves strong characters with distinct voices and unique story lines that stay with her long after she is finished reading.

Reminder: New literary agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.This spotlight is for agent Jamie Drowley of Inklings Literary.

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About Jamie: Dr. Jamie Bodnar Drowley is a literary agent who came to Inklings Literary Agency from Corvisiero Literary Agency. Jamie has been selectively building her client list, she's an author and a long time critique member/editor, with a keen eye for detail. In her other life, she is an orthodontist, Air Force veteran, military spouse, mother of three, and animal lover.

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She is seeking: In Adult, New Adult and Young Adult fiction, Jamie is seeking fantasy, mystery, romance, paranormal, historical, contemporary, horror, light sci-fi and thrillers. In MG, she loves stories that make her laugh and are imaginative with a clear voice. She loves strong characters with distinct voices and unique story lines that stay with her long after she is finished reading.

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How to submit: Electronic submissions only. Please send your query, first five pages, and a one page synopsis (all pasted into the body of the e-mail) to query [at] inklingsliterary.com, addressed to Jamie.

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