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Hello, Edward.

I love this post. So calm, and right on - I found myself in the awkward position of having invitations to send my book from 2 agents before having a finished book to send, which is as useless as having no agent interested, particularly if I don't finish the book. It has to begin, and end, on the crafting of the story. The rest follows.


Yes, the best story possible, written as well as possible.

Though you hear stories like this one:

"She spent three years at Vogue in the Paris bureau, then wrote 50 pages of a novel based on her experiences. Someone read it and told her to send it to an agent. Two weeks later her book was sold at auction for six figures."


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