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Agents
1. Jodi Reamer (Writers House, LLC)
2. Stephen Barr (Writers House, LLC)
3. Diana Fox (Fox Literary)
4. Daniel Lazar (Writers House LLC)
5. Brianne Johnson (Writers House, LLC)
6. Sara Megibow (KT Literary Agency)
7. Susan Ginsburg (Writers House, LLC)
8. Rebecca Sherman (Writers House, LLC)
9. Al Zuckerman (Writers House, LLC)
10. Alec Shane (Writers House)
Writers & Independents
1. Peternelle Van Arsdale (editorial services, writer; pva books, inc.)
2. Jennifer Pooley (editorial services; Jennifer Pooley Literary Development)
3. Barbara Ellis (editorial services, agent; Scribes Editorial & Literary Agency)
4. Kevin Breaux (writer)
5. Philip Turner (editorial services, packager, agent, writer, blogger; Philip Turner Book Productions LLC)
6. Miriam Berkley (author photography; Miriam Berkley Photography)
7. Kola Boof (writer)
8. Peter Rosato (author, human union)
9. Lara Adrian (writer; NYT and #1 internationally bestselling author)
10. Lisa Rojany Buccieri (editorial services, editor; Editorial Services of Los Angeles)
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1. Therapist'sCOUCH Books & More - Meditation & Hypnosis (by Elizabeth Bohorquez, RN, Clinical Medical Hypnotherapist, International Medical & Health Writers Ltd.)
2. Author! Author! (by Anne Mini, First Reader Editing)
3. Along The River (by Ric Marion)
4. Read It and Weep (by Bill Stephens)
5. Buzz, Balls & Hype (by M.J. Rose)
6. How to Get Published (the hard way) (by Steve Bevilacqua)
7. Andrea Hurst and Associates - Authornomics Blog (by Andrea Hurst, Andrea Hurst and Associates; Andrea Hurst Literary Management)
8. NY Book Editors (by Natasa Lekic, NY Book Editors)
9. Go To Hellman (by Eric Hellman, Gluejar, Inc.)
10. Fern Reiss on Expertizing (by Fern Reiss, PublishingGame.com /Expert)
Others
1. Deborah Smith (publisher; Bell Bridge Books)
2. Whitney Lee (foreign rights, agent; The Fielding Agency, LLC.)
3. Peter Beren (consultant, agent; Peter Beren Publishing)
4. JULIE SCHOERKE (publicity/marketing; JKSCommunications, A Literary Publicity Firm)
5. Jennifer Segal (consultant, producer/editor/epublisher; JSNewMedia)
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