To celebrate the launch of Harry’s crime novel, Talking to the Dead, we've decided to give an extra one-to-one slot to the next 25 folk who book tickets to this year’s Festival of Writing – so you’ll get three one-to-ones in total.
Whether you write literary fiction, commercial fiction, women’s fiction, children’s fiction, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, or anything in between there’s an agent to suit both you and your work coming to this year’s event. Don’t miss the opportunity to have three incredible agents read your submission and talk to you in person about your work. Each year people get taken on as a result of these meetings. (Indeed, some people end up being chosen as a Richard & Judy Summer Read. And well done again, Shelley Harris, on that.)
To learn more about each of the agents coming to the 2012 event, do look through the festival pages on our website, and be sure to check out our ‘meet the agent’ blogs. The latest such blog is from Charles Brotherstone from AM Heath – which happens to be the agency Harry’s with, which leads us nicely back to the beginning... Harry’s book Talking to the Dead is out in a week's time and will be available from all good bookshops and (we’re hoping) from plenty of bad ones too.
Also, just to say that if you were one of our early Festival bookers, then worry not. We’ll be rewarding you with a lovely agenty treat too... details to be announced nearer to the event.