Best Time to Submit to Literary Agents?

Best Time to Submit to Literary Agents?

What are the best (and worst) times of the year to submit your work to literary agents? Are some days of the week better than others? And, is there a best time of day to submit queries?

Before I answer those questions, I should probably explain the timing of this article (even though it might be obvious to you already). It’s simple, really. Thanksgiving is coming quickly. Soon after that it will be Christmas. And then New Year’s Day.

So…

Is now a good time to
submit your work?

Can you get an agent
before Christmas?

Or, would it
be better to wait?

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Submit Your Work to Literary Agents
Timing is Everything

My answers to the questions
above might surprise you.

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Here’s the thing…

If you simply listen to your gut as an author, or follow what you feel is “common sense,” there will be many times when you’ll hurt (or destroy) your chances of getting an agent, publisher, and book deal.

This is one of those times.

Another reason I’m sharing this article with you is because of all of the myths and misconceptions about this topic. Ironically, many of them are caused by well-intending publishing professionals (including some literary agents that don’t know better). I’ll explain why that happens in another article in the near future.

For now, let me stay on topic.

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Submit Your Work to Literary Agents
The Good News

Let’s start with the good news…

You’re not totally hosed if you submit your query to a literary agent on a big holiday like Thanksgiving. Or, if you unwittingly send a query to your dream agent during her honeymoon or summer vacation when she’s away for a few days, weeks, or even months.

Literary agents don’t automatically delete emails that arrive when they’re out of the office. And they don’t throw away mail and packages that arrive while they’re away.

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Do you?

Of course not.

So, don’t press the panic button.

That said, timing is important.

Because…

Good timing gives
you more leverage.

In other words, you have a much better chance of getting an agent (and I mean a top agent) when you have many agents considering your work at the same time. That means you shouldn’t submit your work to literary agents during “off times.”

Case in point…

Let’s say you send out a batch of 40 queries to agents on Tuesday during Thanksgiving week. Two agents respond within 48 hours. One asks for sample chapters and the other asks for the complete manuscript. A few days after Thanksgiving you get a rejection letter from the first agent. The next day, the other agent calls you to offer you a contract.

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But…

That agent seems distracted and disorganized, even though she has an impressive track record of sales. When you ask her a couple questions about your work, she gives you a long list of things she’d like you to change about it—some of them you don’t agree with at all. Plus, the changes would take a long time to implement.

What would you do?

Well, I can tell you (based on my experience working with hundreds of authors), that you’d probably do a bit of soul-searching (and grumbling).

And then sign the contract.

Why?

Because a literary agent in the hand is better than an agent in the bush. You know, the agent who hasn’t gotten back to you yet. The one who might never get back to you.

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Here’s a different scenario…

Instead of sending your 40 queries out two days before a major national holiday, you wait until the Tuesday after Thanksgiving (when most literary agents are back at work). As a result you get 5 requests (instead of 2), within 48 hours, for sample chapters or your complete manuscript (because more agents read your email at approximately the same time).

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A few days later, the first literary agent rejects you (same as the previous scenario). And, the following day, the second agent calls you to offer you a contract (same as the previous scenario—and, yes, it’s the same distracted and disorganized agent).

However, in this scenario
you have leverage.

Because you have
three other agents reading.

So you stall the agent offering you
the contract for you a few days.

Meanwhile…

You contact the other book agents who are still reading your sample chapters and/or manuscript. You let them know (delicately) about the first offer for representation, and you use it as leverage to get them reading your material faster. You even give them a deadline for when they need to get back to you and tell you if they’re interested in representing you.

Then what?

Well, let’s say, on the day of your deadline, one of the three remaining agents doesn’t get back to you… and the second one sends you a rejection letter.

But…

The final remaining agent
offers to represent you.

Now you have TWO agents
offering you a contract.

You have leverage.

You have
a choice.

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When you get on the phone with the second agent, you fall in love. He’s just as established as the first agent who offered you a contract, but he’s more passionate about your work. He also understands and respects your vision. Plus he tells you that he’d like to start shopping your book immediately… and try to get you a deal before the end of the year (the other agent mumbled something about not having time to shop your book until spring).

This isn’t a fairytale.

This is a true story that happened
to one of my coaching clients.

And it could just as easily
happen to you.

I know it might be hard for you to imagine (because some authors have told me that). For most authors, getting one agent interested would seem like winning the lottery. That’s part of the problem–you have to think bigger.

Multiple agents offering
you representation.

That is the scenario
you want to create.

Because that is you
in a position of power.

That’s why it’s critical for you
to be smart about timing.

So, here’s what you
need to know…

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Submit Your Work to Literary Agents
The Best Time of Year – Master of the Obvious?

Don’t send out queries during the week of a major national holiday like Thanksgiving or Christmas… or a day or two after those holidays… or during the middle of the summer when lots of agents are taking vacations.

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Okay…

I hear what you’re thinking.

Duh.

Don’t send out queries
on Christmas day.

It doesn’t take a genius
to figure that out.

True.

But I bet you
didn’t know this…

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Submit Your Work to Literary Agents
The Best Day of the Week

It doesn’t matter what day of the week you send out queries.

I know, you’re thinking what I used to think. Mondays are no good because everyone is slammed with emails after the weekend. They’ll delete their emails faster because they have so many to go through.

Bzzzzzzzt.

Wrong.

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One author that I had an introductory coaching call with told me that he sent out hundreds of queries prior to meeting me (for several different manuscripts), and he tracked his response rate. He swears Monday is the best day to submit queries. He’s gotten more positive replies on Monday than any other day of the week.

Go figure.

And yes, that author has gotten agents seriously interested in him and his work. He actually has an agent helping him edit one of his manuscripts right now.

Now…

What about sending queries out late on a Friday afternoon? That must be bad because agents are thinking about the weekend, right?

Bzzzzzzzt.

Wrong again.

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I’ve had many of my coaching clients submit queries on Friday afternoon and have success. On more than one occasion, literary agents have requested the complete manuscript within the hour… saying they’re going to take it home with them to read over the weekend.

What about Sundays?

Yep, those are good too.

I’ve had lots of my clients get requests for sample chapters or complete manuscripts on Sundays. Lots of agents work on the weekend or, at the very least, they check their emails Sunday night to get an early start on the workweek.

The bottom line?

Any day is a good day
to send out queries.

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Submit Your Work to Literary Agents
The Best Time of Day

Here’s something else that’s counterintuitive.

You probably think the best time to submit queries is during business hours, right?

Not necessarily.

One of my best success stories is about one of my author coaching clients who lives in India. He submitted a query by email at 12:34 AM (yes, a little past midnight) to the most successful agent in his country.

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That agent responded in less than 5 minutes,
requesting more material.

About 30 days later, that same agent secured offers from Random House, Harper Collins, and Penguin who ended up publishing my client’s book (click here to read all about it and hear an interview I recorded with the author, Lakshmi Subramani).

How cool is that?

If you’re paying attention and reading between the lines here, I’m telling you that you can get a literary agent representing YOU by Christmas.

How???

Get your ducks in a row so you’ll be able to
send out 40 kick-a** queries to agents
the week or two after Thanksgiving.

And you might find a literary agent
in your Christmas stocking.

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Submit Your Work to Literary Agents
The Bottom Line

Don’t make yourself crazy trying to figure out the exact “best moment” to send out your queries. The best time to submit your work is the very moment your pitch is polished… and ready to go. As long as you’re not sending out queries a couple days before (or after) a major holiday, you’ll be fine.

And, if you want to make the process faster and easier (and you haven’t already done so) click here now to see how you can get my help 1-on-1 through the process.

Think of it as a Christmas gift to yourself.

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Whatever you do…

Don’t let another year go by without
getting your work in the hands
of top literary agents
and/or publishers.

Because…

If you’re like most of
the authors I’ve worked with…

You know…

That might be the only thing
standing between you
and what you want.

Getting the right person
to read your book.

And, well…

There’s no one on this planet
who’s better at that
than me.

Hey, it’s not bragging
if it’s true…

Just don’t wait too long
to register for a call.

Because…

Like all those agents and publishers out there
I’m not going to be working on
Thanksgiving, either!

– Mark
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111 comments

  1. Dick Morris /

    Thanks for writing this piece, Mark. You stopped me sending a query to a NY literary agent TOMORROW! Duh! But than I am based in the UK. Not that I think a change of date will result in a take-up, and suspect that I will have still to self-publish as usual. Thankfully, the books do sell.

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Dick!

      Glad to hear it, and apologies for the delay… I’m slow to respond this month due to the holidays.

      I think you know this, but most literary agents in the United States will consider any book if it has appeal for the American market. In other words, the primary focus and value of the work needs to include a plot, characters, and themes, that an American reader can relate to. As long as you do that, you can write about anything, anyone, and anyplace.

      If I can help you with anything else let me know, but I want to make sure you know that I’m a former agent. Today I’m a coach and consultant helping authors get top agents, publishers, and book deals. To that end, I have several websites devoted to helping authors get a top literary agent, publisher, and book deal. You can see a complete list here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/websites/.

      Plus…

      Don’t miss my upcoming Internet radio show airing this Saturday, where you can listen to one of my coaching clients, Dave Hamme, share how he got a top literary agent, resulting in offers from 3 well-known publishers: Amacom, Palgrave Macmillan, and Mc-Graw Hill (who recently published Dave’s book in hardcover). See how you can listen here at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/. Would love to see you there if you can make it.

      Also…

      If you haven’t already done so, click here now for access to all the valuable resources in my private, members-only area (no charge): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/membership/. Once you’ve entered your name and email address, click on the link that says, “Audio Training Library”. Then you’ll see my main audio training (and text transcript), which reveals the 7 Insider Secrets You Need to Know to Get a Top Literary Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal.

      I’m also happy to answer any questions that you have online here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/ask/. And, if you’re serious and believe we’re a good fit, you can register for an introductory coaching call with me here (there is a fee for that): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/coaching/intro-call/.

      Either way, I’m looking forward to learning more about you and your work… and I’ll point you in the right direction.

      Have a great weekend!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

      • Dick Morris /

        Thanks Mark, for those very generous words.

        You have a wonderful website, and I wish I had discovered it twenty years ago. But I am afraid it is too late for me now. I have decided that the thriller I have just finished will be my last, unless taken up by an agent. The reward/work ratio for full-length books simply isn’t good enough in my experience.

        A better approach to writing (and one supported by a lot of self-published authors in the discussion pages of Amazon), is to write shorter books, and publish more often: one of the main drivers of sales seeming to be a regular appearance in the New Releases lists. I intend to follow this approach from now on.

        Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year!

        • Mark Malatesta

          Hi Dick, not a problem… and thank you. It’s never too late though, and we could debate the pros and cons of those two avenues for publication. But, rather than do that, I’ll just wish you much success. As long as you’re getting your work out there, one way or another, it’s a good thing. Happy holidays to you and yours as well.

          And have a great day,

          – Mark

          Mark Malatesta
          The Bestselling Author
          http://thebestsellingauthor.com
          Literary Agent Undercover
          http://literary-agents.com

  2. Tamara Lowery /

    Hello Mark,
    I found this article very informative and plan to save the link for future reference.
    My question has to do with finding an agent for a book series that is already half-way through the story arc in published titles. I need a better publisher and think an agent would be very helpful toward this. My current contract is a no-fault, so I can my book rights back easily. There are 4 books out, 1 due out this month, and 2 in rough draft/WIP status.
    What do you advise?

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Tamara, thank you for that, and I’m glad you found the article helpful.

      Regarding your question…

      It’s never too late for a previously published author to get a literary agent, traditional publisher, and book deal… but it can be tricky. Read this article which talks about that, and a few other things you might find interesting and helpful: http://literary-agents.com/its-not-what-you-say/.

      If I can help you with anything else let me know, but I want to make sure you know that I’m a former agent. Today I’m a coach and consultant helping authors get top agents, publishers, and book deals. To that end, I have several websites devoted to helping authors get a top literary agent, publisher, and book deal. You can see a complete list here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/websites/.

      Plus…

      Don’t miss out on my upcoming Q&A CALLL that I’ll be doing live with authors on Saturday, Nov. 21st. You can listen online and/or ask questions. See how you can participate here at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/. Would love to see you there if you can make it.

      Also…

      If you haven’t already done so, click here now for access to all the valuable resources in my private, members-only area (no charge): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/membership/. Once you’ve entered your name and email address, click on the link that says, “Audio Training Library”. Then you’ll see my main audio training (and text transcript), which reveals the 7 Insider Secrets You Need to Know to Get a Top Literary Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal.

      I’m also happy to answer any questions that you have online here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/ask/. And, if you’re serious and believe we’re a good fit, you can register for an introductory coaching call with me here (there is a fee for that): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/coaching/intro-call/.

      Either way, I’m looking forward to learning more about you and your work… and I’ll point you in the right direction.

      Have a great week!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  3. saw-lian cheah /

    When agents request sample chapters or the complete manuscript, do you send it as email attachment or mail it as hard copy together with the book proposal? Or it’s just the chapters or manuscript?

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Saw-Lian,

      I’m posting my response again (what I can remember of it anyway) because your original comment (and my response) were accidentally deleted yesterday… and I want to be sure you got my reply. :)

      Always paste things into the body of your email (whatever they want) for the initial approach… unless they say otherwise. Hardly any agents accept attachments initially. Only later, after they’ve reviewed your initial pitch. And pay careful attention to what they want you to send them as well. They will tell you on their websites.

      Have a great weekend!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  4. Tessa Smokes /

    Hi Mark! Thanks for this great article. Actually, I battled that same thought before dishing out thirty queries last week Monday on three different books and hopefully get positive response. Although I’ll like to know more on querying series. Is it compulsory to tell the agent the book is a series or don’t bother saying that?
    thanks once more for the article!

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Tessa, I’m glad you made it and thanks for the love… I’m glad you got those queries out the door sooner rather than later, by the way. 😉

      Some agents like series and some don’t, so mention it if you know they like it or have experience with that. Otherwise better sometimes to just let them know you have additional work in the pipeline that will appeal to the same target market. Two ways of saying the same thing, especially if the books somewhat stand alone.

      Now…

      The next thing you should do (if you haven’t already) is click here for access to the valuable resources in my private, members-only area (no charge): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/membership/. Once you’ve entered your name and email address there, click on the link that says, “Audio Training Library”. Then you’ll see my main audio training (and text transcript), which reveals the 7 Insider Secrets You Need to Know to Get a Top Literary Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal.

      If I can help you with anything else let me know, but I want to make sure you know that I’m a former agent. Today I’m a coach and consultant helping authors get top agents, publishers, and book deals. To that end, I have several websites devoted to helping authors get a top literary agent, publisher, and book deal. You can see a complete list here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/websites/.

      Also…

      Don’t miss my recent case study/success story with Amy Jo Goddard at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/ …if you aren’t already familiar with her story. I helped her get offers from five top literary agents which led to a 6-figure book deal with Penguin Books. She’s an inspiration but she also has good advice. If/when you visit the link above and enter the radio show archive you’ll get instant access.

      And…

      I’m happy to answer any questions that you have online here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/ask/. And, if you’re serious and believe we’re a good fit, you can register for an introductory coaching call with me here (there is a fee for that): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/coaching/intro-call/. Either way, I’m looking forward to learning more about you and your work… and I’ll keep point you in the right direction.

      Have a great week!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  5. Julie Reichwein /

    Hi Mark. I signed up for an introductory coaching call with you in April after discovering you. I wasn’t ready yet, as my book wasn’t finished. It is now.
    Do you keep records by email or should I get the exact date from my bank statement and email you.
    Thank You.
    Julie Reichwein

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Julie, absolutely, I’m looking at your registration now… and I’ll send you a private email with the information again so you’ll know what to send me… and where. 😉

      Also…

      Don’t miss my upcoming case study/success story with Amy Jo Goddard at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/ …if you aren’t already familiar with her story. I helped her get offers from five top literary agents which led to a 6-figure book deal with Penguin Books. She’s an inspiration but she also has good advice.

      And…

      Have a great weekend!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  6. Elizabeth /

    Mark, you simply blow me away with some of your comments. I have just finished having my dream book edited (for the third time) and now I’m ready to summit it to an agent. I read everything you write and take full advantage of your insiders info. If you don’t mind, I would love to receive your wonderful advice (free of charge) until I actually earn a chance to hire you as my coach. Wish me luck…no, I’ve earned more than that. I made a choice to succeed and I will not take no for an answer.

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Elizabeth, hopefully I’m blowing you away in a good way. 😉

      Congratulations on consistently working on the book and making it the best it can be. And of course you can stay on the information and inspiration train here for as long as you want. It doesn’t cost anyone anything unless they want to upgrade and work with me 1-on-1.

      But not everyone is a fit for that.

      Either way, let’s stay connected and always remember that you can post questions here online.

      Also…

      Don’t miss my upcoming case study/success story with Amy Jo Goddard at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/ …if you aren’t already familiar with her story. I helped her get offers from five top literary agents which led to a 6-figure book deal with Penguin Books. She’s an inspiration but she also has good advice.

      Have a great weekend…

      And stay determined (that’s half the battle),

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  7. Hey Mark–

    Good timing. I was literally going to email you about this later today!

    (But what about Halloween?)

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Scott, nope, not an issue… like Valentine’s Day and other minor holiday that don’t involve major travel plans and people mentally checking out. Although… if you’re pitching a horror novel, Halloween would definitely be the time to do THAT. 😉 Mark

  8. Janet Kleinman /

    I have published GOOD-BYE RUSSIA, HELLO AMERICA THROUGH iUniverse and it is now available from Amazon and B&N. However, their marketing and other things are non-existent. Are you interested in taking over the novel for possible sale to an established publisher or film maker?

    Janet S. Kleinman, Author

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Janet, sorry to hear that…

      The good news is, as I believe you’re already aware, it’s never too late for a previously published author to get a literary agent, traditional publisher, and book deal… but it can be tricky. Read this article which talks about that, and a few other things you might find interesting and helpful: http://literary-agents.com/its-not-what-you-say/.

      If I can help you with anything else let me know, but I want to make sure you know that I’m a former agent. Today I’m a coach and consultant helping authors get top agents, publishers, and book deals. To that end, I have several websites devoted to helping authors get a top literary agent, publisher, and book deal. You can see a complete list here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/websites/.

      Also…

      Don’t miss my upcoming case study/success story with Amy Jo Goddard at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/ …if you aren’t already familiar with her story. I helped her get offers from five top literary agents which led to a 6-figure book deal with Penguin Books. She’s an inspiration but she also has good advice.

      And…

      If you haven’t already done, so click here now for access to all the valuable resources in my private, members-only area (no charge): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/membership/. Once you’ve entered your name and email address, click on the link that says, “Audio Training Library”. Then you’ll see my main audio training (and text transcript), which reveals the 7 Insider Secrets You Need to Know to Get a Top Literary Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal.

      I’m also happy to answer any questions that you have online here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/ask/. And, if you’re serious and believe we’re a good fit, you can register for an introductory coaching call with me here (there is a fee for that): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/coaching/intro-call/.

      Either way, I’m looking forward to learning more about you and your work… and I’ll point you in the right direction.

      Have a great weekend!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  9. Hi Mark,

    I am working on a Novel right now . I predicted mid 2016 will be ready I hope. I am glad to find someone to help me with agents as I am a non US citizen but my novel in english. It had always been my dream to be a writer and now a best selling one. Thank you Mark

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Muna,

      Nice to meet you, and thank you for the kind words.

      I’m happy to be part of your writing journey and, who knows, perhaps I’ll end up being partly responsible for helping you reach your goal. I would enjoy that very much.

      Now…

      The first thing you should do (if you haven’t already), while you’re working on your novel, is click here for access to the valuable resources in my private, members-only area of my main website (no charge): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/membership/. Once you’ve entered your name and email address there, click on the link that says, “Audio Training Library”. Then you’ll see my main audio training (and text transcript), which reveals the 7 Insider Secrets You Need to Know to Get a Top Literary Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal.

      If I can help you with anything else let me know, but I want to make sure you know that I’m a former agent. Today I’m a coach and consultant helping authors get top agents, publishers, and book deals. To that end, I have several websites devoted to helping authors get a top literary agent, publisher, and book deal. You can see a complete list here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/websites/.

      Also…

      Don’t miss my upcoming case study/success story with Amy Jo Goddard at http://thebestsellingauthor.com/radio-show/ …if you aren’t already familiar with her story. I helped her get offers from five top literary agents which led to a 6-figure book deal with Penguin Books. She’s an inspiration but she also has good advice.

      And…

      I’m happy to answer any questions that you have online here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/ask/. And, if you’re serious and believe we’re a good fit, you can register for an introductory coaching call with me here (there is a fee for that): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/coaching/intro-call/.

      Either way, I’m looking forward to learning more about you and your work… and I’ll point you in the right direction.

      Happy writing…

      And…

      Have a great weekend!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  10. Calvin Kolkmeier /

    Mark,
    Thank you for the timely article and info. I’m not ready yet but very soon. There is so much to know, it’s like another language. I truly appreciate you insight.

    Thank you

  11. Darlene Dihel /

    What can I say? THAT WAS GREAT INFORMATION and, of course,
    you timed that just for me. Thanks for writing the information so it was interesting, easy to understand, and humorous. KUDOS!!!

    Talk to you soon. Darlene

  12. Christina Mitchell /

    I am so glad you shared this information. It is a question I have had for some time now. Thank your for clarifying that anytime is a good time! You have, once again, inspired me to keep on keeping on! Hopefully, I will be able to schedule my one on one with you before long.
    Thanks again,
    Christina Mitchell
    The Italian Rose
    http://www.theitalianrose.com

  13. Josh Luukkonen /

    Is it better to look for an agent while you are still editing a manuscript, or better to look for one when you’ve polished the book as much as you “think” you can (knowing it will/might need more work once they’ve seen it)? Thanks, and hope your Thanksgiving was good. Also, awesome article!

    • Josh Luukkonen /

      Sorry–I kept looking around on your site (because it’s so awesome), and I found the answer I was looking for. Thanks!

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Josh, just responded to your other comment. Happy Thanksgiving to you as well. And thanks again for the kind words. They’re much appreciated. Mark