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Ten ways to put off an agent in your pitch letter

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Writing Magazine is thrilled to welcome our latest columnist this month, Sheil Land agent Piers Blofeld.

 

Piers will be sharing his views on the publishing industry, the state of the bookselling market and how authors can get it right or wrong in our monthly column.

He also publishes an excellent series of videos on his Youtube channel, most recently the fantastic "Ten ways to put agents off in your submission letter". Watch it below, and don't miss Piers' first column in the June issue of Writing Magazine.

 

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