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Who Is Stephenie Meyer’s Literary Agent?
Stephenie Meyer is the author of Twilight which debuted at #5 on The New York Times bestseller list. The sequel, New Moon, spent more than 25 weeks at the #1 position on The New York Times bestseller list. In 2007, Eclipse literally landed around the world and fans made the Twilight Saga a worldwide phenomenon. With midnight parties and vampire-themed proms the enthusiasm for the series continued to grow.
To promote the final book in the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn, Stephenie appeared on “Good Morning America” and was featured in many national media outlets, including Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek, People Magazine, and Variety. Breaking Dawn sold 1.3 million copies in its first 24 hours. The Twilight movie debuted at #1 at the box office with $70 million, making it the highest grossing opening weekend for a female director.
Stephanie is a stay-at-home mother of three young sons. She invented the plot to her first novel during the day through swim lessons and potty training, and wrote it out late at night when the house was quiet. Meyer submitted her manuscript to various literary agencies. Twilight was picked out of a slush pile at Writer’s House and eventually made its way to the publishing company Little, Brown.
Little, Brown also released The Host, Meyers novel for adults which debuted at #1 on The New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.
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Jodi Reamer – Stephenie Meyer’s Literary Agent
Stephenie Meyer’s literary agent is Jodi Reamer with Writer’s House, a full service agency handling just about every type of fiction and non-fiction, adult and children’s book project imaginable. In addition to being an agent, Jodi is an attorney and she’s been with Writer’s House for 15 years. Stephenie Meyer’s literary agent handles both adult books and children’s books. Her focus is commercial fiction and she would love to represent a legal thriller.
Stephenie Meyer’s literary agent represents:
FICTION: General fiction * Mystery * Romance * Fantasy/science fiction * Juvenile fiction
NONFICTION: Biography * Lifestyle
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Printz Award winner Looking for Alaska by John Green by Stephenie Meyer’s book agent Jodi Reamer.
The Dinosaurs of Waterhouse Hawkins and Walt Whitman, Words for America by Caldecott winner Barbara Kerley by Stephenie Meyer’s book agent Jodi Reamer.
NY Times Bestseller Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen by Stephenie Meyer’s book agent Jodi Reamer.
Millicent Min, Girl Genius by Lisa Yee by Stephenie Meyer’s book agent Jodi Reamer.
If Chins Could Kill: Confessions of a “B” Movie Actor and Make Love the Bruce Campbell Way by Bruce Campbell by Stephenie Meyer’s book agent Jodi Reamer.
Dogs and Goddesses by Jennifer Crusie by Stephenie Meye’rs book agent Jodi Reamer.
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My unique discovery books of the thought process needs a literary agent. See Google Book Search self-published…”It’s All About Evil” by Dr Roy Foster…many themes, basically the bio-mechanism of evil, self-help, self-realization, 3 volumes in print…2 more ready to go…predicted the evil-ution of mankind seen today. No mention of God but has the proof that there is a higher power and that demonic possession is a function of evil. Evil functions from animalistic behavior and a need to feel.
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Good afternoon, I have been writing since I was 14. I finally published my first book through a come called Xlibris. ..not at all happy. In the 2 yrs that it has been on the market I have made about $300 , if that. I would like to have information on how you would go about publishing my books. Also if I do decide to go with your company, is there a way that I can transfer my published book to you. I would love to hear from you. You can email me or call 334-655-4476 thank you. Best wishes Sarah Barton
Hi Sarah, I’m sorry to hear about your experience with Xlibris. Read this article to prevent being disappointed in the future: https://literary-agents.com/best-publishing-companies/. This article will give you a better sense of what you can expect from different types of publishers. Also, I want to make sure you understand that I’m not a publisher. I’m a coach/consultant who helps authors become bestselling authors. This page shows the 3 different ways you can work with me to get 1-on-1 support: https://literary-agents.com/book-marketing/. Warm wishes and happy holidays! Mark
KUDOS to the makeover, really classy! I am making progress. I’ll send you an e-mail about it at your new address.
Hi Juanita, glad you like the site. The word “classy” keeps coming up so that’s a good thing I think. I have to make sure all those authors out there take me seriously. 😉 Not too seriously, but seriously. Congrats to you as well on the recent good news. Don’t want to say it here since you might want to keep it private, but I’m thrilled for you. Mark
Very cool! Though I write much, much darker stuff. But when I’m ready, I would love to find an agent to work with.
Awesome idea for this search feature :^)
Hi Dale, I’m surprised more people haven’t mentioned it. The software I’m using for the directory does have a search option but I had to remove it temporarily. It’s not working for some reason, possibly because I have way too much information in the directory. 🙂 But I’m going to continue troubleshooting this and will hopefully have a fix here soon. Thanks for posting, and enjoy your weekend! Mark