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Do you Write Teen Novels or New Adult Romances? Contemporary YA? Middle-Grade Fiction?

August 31, 2013

Well Then, Meet Louise Fury

If you write teen novels and new adult romances; deep, dark contemporary YA—where the smallest of choices have the greatest of consequences; middle-grade fiction with a literary feel (it must be realistic and thought-provoking and the characters must be authentic and original), we invite you to make an appointment with literary agent Louise Fury at October’s “Greatest Writers Conference on Earth” sponsored by FWA.

Louise, an award-wining literary agent for L. Perkins Agency based in NYC, specializes in romance, erotica, young adult and pop culture. She’s sold to traditional & electronic publishers (Random House, Harper Collins, Simon & Schuster, Samhain and others). She encourages authors to have one foot in traditional publishing and the other in the digital-first arena and has sold audio, film, and foreign rights for her clients.

Louise Fury

At the conference, Louise will also be a panelist at the Agent and Publishers Panel, 3:30 p.m., Friday, October 18.

Nervous about pitching? Learn the secrets for pitching work to Louise and the other agents and publishers at a special three-hour pre-conference workshop for writers of all genres conducted Thursday, October 17, by Chantelle Osman at the Orlando Marriott Lake Mary. Chantelle will also be available by appointment during the conference to work with you one-on-one. See the FWA website for more information and to register.

“The Greatest Writers Conference on Earth” will be held October 18-20, 2013, at the Orlando Marriott Lake Mary. See the FWA website, floridawriters.net, to learn more, to register, and to make your agent appointments. Also check out the full set of FAQs. Questions? Contact ConferenceMarketing@FloridaWriters.net.

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