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Hello all.

I am writing a book propsoal for my second self help book. Can you point me in the right direction for finding literary agents?


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Thank you so much!

Have a great day. Jenny
You don't always need an agent to get a book contract. I am the author of 34 books and have worked as a ghostwriter on numerous projects. I have never needed an agent to sell any of my book ideas. I also offer very affordable book proposal services, and can help you find the best publisher. Contact me at for more info.
John Riddle
I would love to learn more and will contact you in the near future. Thanks!
Hi Jenny,

A great source for agents is They have agents for all types of books. I hope this helps.

Have a wonderful day.

Loure' Bussey
Allura Publishing
Literary Agents have been rejecting me ever since I began searching. They are very, very, very important. So important, that I've learned to sell myself...
Skeeze Whitlow
4317 N. 16th Street
Arl. VA 22207
240 – 271 - 7569

Dear Jenny,
As a former U.S. Capitol attendant, I offer you Senate Parking. A 90 K word novel about a multicultural crew of parking lot attendants who operate an escort service from the Senate lots. A good look at the underbelly of our law making process. Senate Parking can be listened to at
“Hill Intros” is the brainstorm of attendants unable to obtain employment within the confines of the Capitol. Senate Parking is the story of power structures, on a personal and national level. Done from the perspective of workers who see themselves without much chance of ‘making it’ in a culture of power drivers, Washington’s backdrop provides a tension all its own.
This book concerns every kind of shady deal for which the political arena is famous. Senate Parking is full of anecdotes which let freedom ring. I can provide you with a synopsis or with the complete manuscript – whatever you like. Either way, I’ll be in touch.

Skeeze Whitlow

My second novel is now audio – like old time radio. All you have to do is listen. It’ll make you laff. Go to www.NewFiction,com

Choose ‘Senate Parking’

Skeeze Whitlow


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