Looking For An Agent?
Do you have a collection of short stories, a novel, self-help books and don't have a way to get them published?
Let's face a simple truth. Being self-published is great but the financial rewards aren't all that great. Sure, you get to keep 100% of the income brought in, but ... in order to do so, you have to promote what you have where you can garner a large audience and that's not as easy as it sounds. Plus, in many cases, it can be a financial burden to advertise
This is why there are literary agents out there, who, upon acceptance, can promote your book to publishers, whereupon one day, you may end up on the New York Times Bestseller's List.
Not every literary agent out there will be a good fit for you, or you, them. Thery have specific requirements you must adhere to, but if you follow their protocol, cross your t's, and dot your i's, there will be one agent that will take you on.
This link: https://blog.reedsy.com/literary-agents/literary-fiction/ ... will show you hundreds of literary agents and what they are after. If you want specifics, by scrolling down the page, you will see a section that reads: Browse Literary Agents in Other Genres.
To give you a heads up, the easiest way to explore their needs is to click on their website listed which will provide added details and, in most cases, how to submit and to who.
There are twenty-five cities in the United States and dozens in the UK, Canada, Australia, and India. So, if you are in a specific location, or nearby, you can click on the city or country. You will see these on the left-hand side of the facing page.
This site is a one-stop shopping center to help you determine who, what, and where to go.
Think of this as another weapon to arm yourself to getting published.