Finding My Agent: A Seven Year Journey Through Hell

A great idea of how rough the querying journey can be, and that not giving up really is the key.

Amanda Woody

Gif of Meryl Streep not giving a shit and downing a bottle of wine

First and foremost, shoutout to Paula Gleeson (@PaulaGleeson) for inspiring me to write this. I wasn’t sure anyone was interested in my journey, so if you’re reading this, it’s because of her!

Also I paid $25 to get my statistics back from QueryTracker, so you better read the whole thing or I’ll be decidedly pissed.

(I’M KIDDING I’M KIDDING I LOVE YOU.) ❤

Part 1 – The Naïve Fool (Me)

I started pitching my books into the void in 2013.

I was 17 years old, a fresh fish in college, and I had just learned about this thing called “querying” from a friend of a friend of a friend. I had two astonishingly heterosexual books that were gaining traction on Wattpad – a YA contemporary called THE BOY WITHOUT A NAME and a YA dystopian called…

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