BookEnds Literary Agency

@bookendslit

A literary agency repping bestselling, award-winning, & int'l published authors and illustrators for children & adults. Empowering creators to achieve dreams.

Gillette, NJ

BookEnds Literary Agency

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BookEnds Literary Agency @bookendslit · Sep 23

Why should Twitter have all the fun? Join us for an #AskAgent! Leave any of your publishing, writing, or querying questions as Instagram comments below, and we’ll answer any of them that we can throughout the day. instagram.com/p/B2wuB3_Am9b/…

BookEnds Literary Agency @bookendslit · Jun 5

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BookEnds Literary Agency @bookendslit · Feb 28

Shira Zwiren @ShiraZwiren

@bookendslit #askagent

Replying to @ShiraZwiren

Start looking for internships and make sure you’re very well reads in the current marketplace #AskAgent

BookEnds Literary Agency @bookendslit · Jan 24

Jamie Lynn Boothe @boop1967

@bookendslit #AskAgent How often do you update your MSWL and other sites such as Agent Query and Query Tracker?

Replying to @boop1967

Not as Often as we'd like. Once our wishlists go out there, they tend to go to a bunch of places, and it can be hard to keep track. Twitter, and our website is best for up-to-date information. (though QT updates with our preferences on QM so that should be up to date)

BookEnds Literary Agency @bookendslit · Jan 24

Juli @JB_Currie

@bookendslit Thanks for doing this #AskAgent!

If a picture book is dependent on the scene and has <200 words, is there a best way to format the MS (e.g., necessary art notes bracketed, text in line vs. new line break per new scene, potential page numbers indicated etc.)?

Replying to @JB_Currie

Interesting question. Everyone tends to do this a bit differently. You can certainly work it as each line being a new scene, or as each line break being a new spread w/ page numbers included. I would bracket the art notes for ease of reading.