Pretty simple: Goal = to be traditionally published.
Thanks for all of you sticking with me through my journey. So now comes the good news and the bad. The good . . . no, let me take that back, the GREAT news is that an agent requested a partial on my manuscript.
The not bad, but not great news. That is still a long way away from signing a deal. She didn’t ask for an exclusive, so I am moving forward submitting queries. And yes, I am still on target at seven a week, but in the back of my mind, I keep thinking:
What if it isn’t good enough?
What if it is?
How much will an agent or publisher want me to change?
Will my title go down the drain?
How do I feel about giving up the control I enjoy as a self-published author?
As you can see, I have more questions than I do answers.
But hang in there with me. I am only a few months into my goal of finding an agent within a year.
Have you recently found an agent? How long did it take you? Has your agent found you a publisher? I would love to hear about your journey as well.
Please comment. If you do, I will put your name in the hate for a copy of one of my currently published books; your choice, Accident, Town Without Mercy, What is Family or Within Her Grasp.