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BookEnds was established in 1999 and our agents are proud to be an integrated part of the author's editorial group. It is our aim to realize all her visions together with the writer. We are always looking for new materials from authors, both public and new.
Our fiction collection represents all areas of romanticism, enigma, suspense, thriller, sci-fi and phantasy, women's literature, illustrated literature, intermediate and young people. The non-fiction book contains topics for grown-ups and kids in: news, references, history, economy and careers, parenthood, popular literature, colouring and general non-fiction.
Book Ends is not a feature film, poem, screenplay or technical thriller. BookEnd' agents only accepts requests via our Query Manager data base. You' ll find the links to the agents in their biographies below, as well as a brief explanation of their actual tastes and wishes. You will find the prerequisites for submitting each of the agents on your application forms.
For more information about our experiences and backgrounds and to get a feeling for some of the titles we are representing, please visit our About us page. Includes but is not restricted to, psychologic and home tension/thriller, literary thriller, historic mysteries, coincie and romance tension.
Your aim for 2018 is to find more different personalities and tales in all styles, especially a tale about a transgenender kid or with a transgenic prop. She' s got a great love for black literature and has always wanted to be a great novel about the series. They love tales about their return home, about past trauma, about mother-child tales or simply about moms.
The authors who have inspired her lists are Sarah Addison Allen, Pretty Little Lies, Gillian Flynn, David Bell, The Alienist, Bull Mountain and Linda Castillo. im Lionetti is an active search for female literature with a one-of-a-kind, vibrant catch. She' s starving to find more #ownvoices in female fiction, romanticism, tension and young adults, and as an autistic mother she' s particularly interested in discovering more tales with neuro-diverse personalities and those with specific needs.
In terms of tension, Kim's taste tends to be very gloomy and gloomy from both a historic and modern point of view, and she seeks tales that are very atmospherical and with a definite meaning for the place. A few of Kim's favourite authors are Jojo Moyes, Liane Moriarty, Dean Koontz, Harlan Coben, Cammie McGovern and Kate Morton.
She would like to see more memoir and real crimes, and research and food-related activities. With regard to fiction, she wants romanticism of all degrees of warmth (including inspiration and categorical romanticism), female fiction, mystery, thriller and tension. She is looking for textbooks that commemorate variety in all its shapes. She would not particularly like to see more textbooks in any particular order, the Asiatic personalities, questions of acceptance, the Amish, coroner and coroner, physical and emotional tormented hero and woman kicking their butts.
Jessica is not currently looking for paranormal, sci-fi/fantasy or young grown-up novel. Have a look at Jessica's #MSWL web and #MSWL post on the BookEnds page to learn more about what she wants to show. He is interested in fiction for grown-ups, young grown-ups and the medium class readership.
For all subgroups and age groups of scientific fiction and imagination, she likes easy-access sci-fi, fanciful imaginary locations and painful heroes. And she also likes to be taken by surprise by the kind of book she never knew she wanted! All things m/m and m/f-plus are in between on their adults' romantic radars - in all degrees of warmth and in every genre, incl. class and single-title romanticism.
It is not well suited for illustrated textbooks through early chapters, modern YA without a powerful romantic elements, female fiction or inspiring fiction. She is looking for picture-book, high school and youth scripts in most categories, among them contemporaries, mystery, thriller, magical realisticism, historic fiction, graphical fiction and non-fiction.
She is also looking for illustrated illustrations and author-illustrators. She is particularly interested in textbooks that make you smile loudly, amusingly or delicately. She is interested in underdog, powerful feminine character and/or untrustworthy storytellers for medium and young adults. It doesn't match YA horniness, real crimes, tough sci-fi or high imagination.
She is not currently looking for boardbooks, early chapters or non-fiction for the education world. Natasha Morris is looking for textbooks, high school and youth scripts for most styles. Tales of first-geneers are particularly welcome, as they are a first-generation immigrant. Natasha would like to see more fantasy (a great love), more thriller in Mindy McGinnis' The Female of the Species and This Darkness Mine, and more historic fiction that sheds light on secret characters and times.
She is looking for historic fiction, fantasies and bizarre novels (as in The Mortification of Fovea Munson).
Loving women-centered tales, she has a great fondness for tales with close friends, found family and different people. She is most impassioned about variety when it comes to writing different character genres, as distinct from those in which the variety and suppression of the main character is the catch.
She' d particularly like to see a phantasy with a handicapped person - where the magical power of the universe works but the handicap does not heal. But Beth is not well suited for modern YA without a big catch, medium of any kind, noise or tough sci-fi. The name Rachel Brooks stands for romanticism for adults, young adults, women's literature and cosy secrets.
She searches for high-concept histories in the romanticism of adults. For young adults, she wants to mainly study scripts by authors of colour and LGBTQIA authors (but this also holds true for adults' projects). She searches for specific business histories with a big catch in women's literature. Loves women's literature with multigenerational or nurse relations.
It is open to several POV histories as long as the votes are clear. She' not the best choice for inspiring or mother-child storytelling. Currently Naomi Davisis is looking for vibrant character-based games for mid-range, adults and young adults in the fields of fantasy, fiction and romantic. Naomi searches for tales in the world of fiction that are easily on the cinematic.
Tales that put personality evolution above technique, such as Ender's Game and its sequel to Orson Scott Card, especially the 90s novels (Xenocide; children of the mind; Speaker for the Dead), for focusing on issues that connect people and foreign culture into a coherent world. Ted Chiang and her counterpiece Arrival's unexpected time/relationship structures are an example of tales that really surprise and inexorably draw Naomi into the pages.
Naomi is looking for new imaginative sets with uniquely enchanting textures that will amaze and alter the way people think about these different realms. Melissa Caruso's captivated magician is a powerful example of how globely laws are evolving to be new while maintaining their intimacy with an earth-historical community, with thrilling turns in the way how magick is used and integrated into the universe using lofty, worldly missions.
Throughout Romanticism she particularly likes tales that contain variety, with self-confident personalities and a singular, sincere tone that is not shy of showing vulnerabilities, as in Cora Carmack's bookosing It. She is also looking for mid-range and storybooks with LGBTQ+ and various personalities, especially those that normalise being on/with parents/friends on the range of both sex.
They are a plus in all ages and in every genre, especially in adulthood. Currently Amanda Jain is looking for grown-up mysteries, romances, female fictions and challenging comedies. She is enjoying historic fiction in all styles. During the Romantic era she is particularly looking for various historic works that often investigate forgotten eras such as the America of the 1930s or show us known eras from a different perspective (e.g. South Asians in London during the Regency period).
She is most interested in the tales in each of the genres, which convey the readers and offer a totally haunting literary adventure. Several of her favourite authors are Deanna Raybourn, Hannah Kent, Fiona Davis, Alyssa Cole and Sonali Dev. She is interested in non-fiction books on literature, artistic studies, physical cultures, archeology, food histories and even on the subject of societal change.
Currently Amanda is not looking for children's literature (YA and below), eroticism, nightmares, tough sci-fi or high-fancy. BookEnd's agents will respond to all entries and requests and hopefully do so in time.