Sharlene Martin Literary Agent – This article about Literary Agent Sharlene Martin and Martin Literary Management is part of a series about literary agents and how to Find a Publishing Agent. Publishing Agent Sharlene Martin is an agent with Martin Literary Management. In 2003, Book Agent Sharlene Martin began devoting herself full-time to her passion for great stories and formed Martin Literary Management. Her agency has experienced extraordinary success in sales and alliances. In the years since that time, her remarkable rise in the publishing industry is demonstrated by a rapidly growing list of nonfiction sales to such renowned major publishers as Random House, Regnery, Rodale, Harper Collins, St. Martin’s Press, Penguin Putnam, Sterling Publishing, Grand Central, Simon & Schuster, as well as to a host of boutique publishers for specialized genre books.
Many of Sharlene Martin Literary Agent’s authors have had their books boosted as serial reprints in publications as prestigious as Readers’ Digest, People Magazine, and the London Times and in the recent past, five of her clients have appeared on Oprah. Other client appearances include The Today Show, The View, Fox and Friends, Good Morning America, The Early Show, 20/20, 48 Hours, Discovery Channel, TruTV, Inside Edition, The 700 Club, ET, The Insider, ABC Nightline, CNN and HLN, and Fox News, to name a just a few.
Before becoming a literary agent, Sharlene Martin Literary Agent worked in television as a partner in Martin/Walker-Lampley Productions, a company formed with Bree Walker, a CBS prominent television news anchor in New York and Los Angeles. She has also spent time as a reality television developer for Media Savvy, and as an Associate Casting Director with Joy Todd. Her most challenging casting project for film was the movie “Gods and Generals,” with 156 speaking roles. Literary Agent Sharlene Martin’s successes have encouraged others to work with her, and she is actively doing business with a host of film and TV companies for the adaptation of her clients’ books into screenplay form. She has a multitude of scripted and unscripted projects in development with the top production companies and is often sought out for original source material for feature films.
Sharlene Martin Literary Agent is also the co-author, with Anthony Flacco, of Publish Your Nonfiction Book (Writer’s Digest Books) and Literary Fails: Totally (sic)!
Sharlene Martin Literary Agent is on our list of Publishing Agents Washington (book agents in Washington), Publishing Agents USA (book agents in the United States), Children’s Publishing Agents (book agents who represent books for younger readers), and Nonfiction Publishing Agents (book agents who represent nonfiction, not just novels).
Sharlene Martin Literary Agent Biography
The profile about Sharlene Martin Literary Agent that you see here contains just some of the information you’ll find in our free Book Agents Directory, with listings for all publishing agents. Scroll below now to learn more about Literary Agent Sharlene Martin and get free instant access to our Book Agents Directory.
Book Genres – Sharlene Martin Literary Agent
Sharlene Martin Literary Agent represents the following book genres:
- Children’s Books
Representative Sales – Sharlene Martin Book Agent
Scroll below now to view representative titles and a complete profile for Sharlene Martin FREE in our Book Agents Directory.
AAR Status – Sharlene Martin Publishing Agent
Scroll below now to view the AAR status and a complete profile for Sharlene Martin FREE in our Book Agents Directory.
Contact Information – Sharlene Martin Literary Agent
Scroll below now to view the email and postal address for Sharlene Martin FREE in our Book Agents Directory.
Sharlene Martin Literary Agent
Enter the Literary Agents Directory
Want more information about Sharlene Martin? Join thousands of other subscribers today by entering your first name and email address. You’ll get free access to the Directory of Book Agents with detailed profiles for all book agents, including Sharlene Martin Literary Agent.
* * *
* * *