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September 04, 2006


barbara gordon

I'm a bit concerned about the mention of reading fees here. While some reputable agents do ask for a reading fee, it's more often the sign of other fees to come, and of an agent who doesn't make his money by selling manuscripts to publishers, but by fees from hopeful authors.
Yog's law: money flows to the writer.

Leon Oziel

Thank you for all the information, I feel indebted to you.

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