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Our Mission

Technology has leveled the playing field, leaving no cracks for good books to fall through any longer. Everyone has one good book in him/her, we'd like to help you get it published, whether through a traditional publisher or self publisher.

Find a Book Agent

For authors wanting to get traditionally published, it is in your best interest to have a Book Agent. To find a Book Agent Manager on AuthorAgency.com all you have to do is simply submit your manuscript. If we feel your manuscript has met our submission guidelines and you have a well written book, we’ll forward it along to our Book Agents.

What a Book Agent Manager Can Do For You
Book Agent Managers wear many hats and have an ever-changing list of responsibilities. Their range of tasks includes, and is not limited to giving you editorial guidance, building a buzz for you, negotiating contract terms for a book deal, and assisting you in finding new opportunities. Author Managers can assist Authors in molding their career, and developing relationships with bookstores, corporations, fans, and publishers.

A good Book Agent Manager will:

  • Streamline the search for a publisher.
  • Find you the best publishing contract or way to get published.
  • Possibly edit, or give recommendations to make your manuscript more marketable.
  • Assist authors in finding the best publishing options that will fit their needs.
  • Represent the Author in business matters, building buzz, collecting and distributing royalties.

Finding the Right Book Agent Manager
We make it very easy for you to find representation on AuthorAgency.com. You don’t have to waste time searching through directories and emailing each Book Agent individually waiting for replies. When you submit your manuscript at AuthorAgency.com, it will be vetted first, and a decision is made on whether it is sent out to Book Agent Managers who have an interest in your books genre. It’s that easy. From there, they’ll briefly look over your manuscript, and you can see their replies in real time. Then it is up to you to select the Book Agent Manager that best fits your needs and who you think can get you through the slush piles and published. You should consider the types of books they’ve helped get published before, as well as the publishers. These should all be determining factors in your selection process of finding a Book Agent Manager. That’s it, no long drawn out process, it’s clear, and straight to the point.

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