Agent Friday: Sarah Crowe

Sarah Crowe is an agent for everyone. Working with the Harvey Klinger Agency since 2005, she represents fiction and non-fiction in both the childrens' and adult category. She successfully puts her skills in foreign rights and film options to use for her clients.

In 2008, Crowe began a blog in an unusual way: she invited her clients to blog with her. Crowe's Nest was born, and offers both the agent and the writer's perspectives.

Here are some of the posts you may like:

Have you ever put a book down part way through? Have you ever come to the end of a chapter at one in the morning and reason, "I'll just read one more."? Find out how to end your scenes and chapters with a bang, and hook your reader for good.

Find out the 8 things it takes to succeed as a novelist. One of them might surprise you.

How can you deepen your main character even more? Get to know them well enough that you are aware of your character's controlling belief.

An author looks back at the agent search, and shares what she did right, and what she'd do differently.

And finally, why you should never write to an agent who rejected you and inform them, "You'll be sorry, one day!"

For more info on Sarah Crowe, check out her website.

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  1. Thanks for sharing these great links, Debbie, and for leaving a comment under my tips for writers yesterday. What a nice surprise!

  2. I just became a follower and hope you'll follow back. :-)

  3. I enjoy your blog. Are you on twitter?

  4. You are so welcome, Mayra! I'm already following.

    And Vivobello, following you, as well. My Twitter name is DebbieMaxAllen.

    Thanks for stopping by!


  5. Awesome..thanks for sharing links..Hope i need to meet Sarah to discus more! thanks for sharing!

  6. You're welcome. She sounds like a great agent. Hope you catch up wiith her somewhere!




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