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Glen Secor (Secor Law & Information Group, LLC)
Having spent twenty years in academic bookselling and electronic publishing prior to opening my law practice and literary agency, I understand the dynamics of the publishing industry and stay on top of trends in the market. My services include literary agenting for authors and rights representation...

AshokKumar Sharma (Akshar)
Consultants, Evaluators, Editors, Translators, Writers and Agent all at one place. The agency owned and run by an exceptionally successful best-selling author having close contacts with all leading publishers of India.

Dr. Harmander Singh (Bhougauty Prime Waves Publishing House)
The agency is basically the publishing house and offers services from and through other publishers at the nominal charges for both the traditional and the pod works. It offers the translation services for English and in some cases other languages to almost all Indian languages. It also includes t...

Ian Sparkman (Silver Phoenix International)
A new and innovative way to get published is through Silver Phoenix International, we always accept first time authors and published authors. Never any charge, if you receive an email request for payment in any form it is spam.

Literary Works Specialist (Literary Works Specialist)

Bernard T Wahyu Wiryanta (Tantular Publisher)
The Writer's And Publisher Bridges

Amir Tayyab (Amir Ali Tayyab)
Technical Writer since 1987

Greg Tingle (Media Man Australia)
Based in Sydney, Australia. Reading fee of $500 Testimonials available on website and LinkedIn.com Examples of campaigns on company website and various press in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Daily Telegraph, Courier-Mail, Sun Herald Sun, Sunday Mail and Sun-Herald

Angela Watkins (Angelas Watkins)
Book Reviewer, Web Content Provider/Writer/Blogger, Researcher, Former Sunday School Teacher

Ted Weinstein ( Ted Weinstein Literary Management)
Ted Weinstein Literary Management is an AAR-member literary agency representing journalists, scholars and a wide range of other authors of intelligent, adult nonfiction. We are particularly interested in current affairs, biography, history, business, popular science, pop culture, travel, health and ...

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