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Lessons from the agents 3: Acceptance and beyond

An agent’s role is to sell a novel to a publisher. Expect to be edited by both the agent and the publisher. The first payment is an advance, followed by royalties if the advance is earned out. If it does

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Acceptance and publication

It may take a while, but if the story is good and you keep pushing it out there, someone is going to accept it. The second happiest moment in the life cycle of a manuscript is when the acceptance arrives.

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