New Literary Agent Alert: Kimberly Brower of Brower Literary and Management

Kimberly is interested in both commercial and literary fiction, with an emphasis in women’s fiction, contemporary romance, mysteries/thrillers, new adult and young adult, as well as certain areas of nonfiction, including business, diet and fitness.
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NOTE: Kimberly Brower has started her own agency: Brower Literary and Management.
Please direct all of your queries to her there. 

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Kimberly Brower of Rebecca Friedman Literary 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 Kimberly: Kimberly fell in love with reading when she picked up her first Babysitter’s Club book at the age of seven and hasn’t been able to get her nose out of a book since. Reading has always been her passion, even while pursuing her business degree at California State University, Northridge and law degree at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. By joining the Rebecca Friedman Literary Agency in 2014, she has been able to merge her legal background with her love of books. Although she loves all things romance, she is also searching for books that are different and will surprise her, with empathetic characters and compelling stories. Follow her on Twitter at @kimberlybrower

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Kimberly is seeking: Kimberly is interested in both commercial and literary fiction, with an emphasis in women’s fiction, contemporary romance, mysteries/thrillers, new adult and young adult.

How to submit: Email a query to Kimbelry at kimberly [at] rfliterary.com. Submit a brief query letter and your first chapter (pasted into the email, not to exceed fifteen double-spaced pages) and for security purposes, do not include any attachments unless specifically requested.

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