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  1. Kalimera Jennifer. Just a very quick question. As a Literary Agent, do you consider manuscripts for children's books?

    I have just finished reading 'Falling in Honey' and it managed to make me want to bring my own Greek dream forward by seven years. An absolutely wonderful read.

    Kind regards
    Helen Kemp

    1. Kalimera Helen,
      Thanks so much for that - greatly appreciated!
      I don't tend to work with children's publishers very much - so sorry...
      Best wishes,

    2. Kalispera Jennifer. Thank you for getting back to me. It is much appreciated.

      Beat wishes
      Helen Kemp

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  2. Hi, I would like a quote on editing for my fiction thriller manuscript, it is currently 115,000 words,
    thank you.
    Nick Winters.

    1. Hi Nick,
      Please could you send me a message via the contact form or hotmail so we can communicate by email?
      Best, Jennifer

  3. Hi Jennifer,
    I'd like to send you my travel essay/memoir, Come To Corfu for your professional perusal. I can be reached at
    I look forward to hearing from you!
    All the best,
    Ruth G. Zavitsanos

  4. Hi Jennifer!

    I’m Jo - artist, writer, traveller, wild west nut intrigued by science, and renaissance soul. I’ve recovered from thirty years of depression – a medication crisis was the catalyst, I’ve never felt this good - and I’m chronicling the rebuild of my polymath creative lifestyle on my blog Creating My Odyssey.

    I’m hoping to reach people with mental health issues, and creatives in general to give encouragement, inspiration and hopefully some enjoyment.

    I’ve also been writing a humongous novel forever, on and off, particularly during young parenthood, to help keep me sane. It’s called Alias Jeannie Delaney and it’s the life story of a devastating cowgirl who’s the fastest gun in the west and also bisexual. Since my recovery from depression have decided it’s time to get it out there! I’m blogging about it on my site.

    If you feel like dropping in that would be brilliant!

    Jo UK (wild west website)
    Facebook Jo Bennett
    Facebook Creating My Odyssey
    Twitter @Clutton_jo