Well, it came.
The second ‘we loved your book but it is not suitable/we daren’t risk taking it on’ letter from a literary agency. I can’t say that I was surprised, I had been expecting it and even had a Plan B.
I have decided to continue my search for a brave, forward-thinking agent to represent Sugar & Spice; who will see past the controversial subject matter and hopefully love the book as much as I do for its other qualities, but at the same time, publish it myself on Amazon Kindle (plus other similar dtps).
Please check out my other blog (http://sapphicscribe.wordpress.com) for a regular update on the process itself and come back here for further updates of The Snow White Series and how it is progressing.
- Amazon: New, Cheaper Kindle Has Already Beat Last Year’s Christmas Sales (dccrowley.posterous.com)
- Amazon Will Let You Loan Kindle Books To A Friend – But Publishers Can Turn It Off [Kindle] (gizmodo.com)
- Mystery Writer Publishes Second Novel in Best-Selling Series, and Signs on with Literary Agency (pr.com)