Ready to submit your manuscript to a literary agency but feel like you're taking a shot in the dark? Instructor Hope Bolinger shares in this course that agents receive thousands of manuscripts a year, and the majority of those writers make the same mistakes. Stand out from the crowd and have a better chance of an agent taking notice of your work.
Hope Bolinger is a literary agent at C.Y.L.E. and a graduate of Taylor University's professional writing program. More than 450 of her works have been featured in various publications ranging from Writer's Digest to Keys for Kids. She has worked for various publishing companies, magazines, newspapers, and literary agencies and has edited the work of authors such as Jerry B. Jenkins and Michelle Medlock Adams. Her column "Hope's Hacks," tips and tricks to avoid writer's block, reaches 6,000+ readers weekly and is featured monthly on Cyle Young's blog. Her modern-day Daniel, Blaze, (Illuminate YA) released in June, and they contracted the sequel Den for July 2020. Find out more about her here.