As with the other Noah Lukeman books, this is more fresh information on how to break into the literary world and snag an agent—straight from the cynical horse’s mouth. (I’m sure using clichés like “straight from the horse’s mouth” is one of the first things you should avoid if you want an agent, but whatever.) Either way, if you have any interest in finding and keeping an agent, this is a must read.
The book explains what to do, to say, to write, and also what NOT to do, and how not to annoy your agent, which is always good to know.
It’s a free download too, so you have no excuse not to read it.
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What can you buy for 77p in this day and age? A packet of crisps? A chocolate bar? A ballpoint pen? I saw this for 77p and thought what the heck. Noah Lukeman works as an agent so he gave some good tips that have helped me in the application process for getting an agent. He also gave lots of information of what to expect in the crazy world of literary agents. However, if you can't afford the 77p I would recommend going to his website and get lots of useful information for free.