How To Get Signed By Literary Agent Regina Brooks Of Serendipity Literary Agency 

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Literary agent Regina Brooks, founder of Serendipity Literary Agency, has represented fiction and nonfiction authors and illustrators. In this interview, Brooks shares how authors can stand out when pitching literary agents, what she looks for from authors and illustrators, and author platform.

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