New York literary agent Noah Lukeman, President of Lukeman Literary Management Ltd, has represented multiple New York Times bestsellers, winners of the Pulitzer Prize and American Book Award, National Book Award Finalists, and has written three critically-acclaimed books on the craft of writing (The First Five Pages, The Plot Thickens, and A Dash of Style). During his last 14 years as a literary agent he has represented hundreds of book deals, and in his blog, ASK A LITERARY AGENT, he gives aspiring authors insight into all facets of the book publishing industry.
The publishing industry is a mysterious one, and it can be hard for aspiring authors to find answers. The blog, “Ask a Literary Agent,” gives authors a forum in which they can ask away, and have their questions answered in depth by an active literary agent. The free e-book on this page, ASK A LITERARY AGENT (YEAR ONE), collects all of the questions and answers from the first year and puts them all in one downloadable file. Now you can conveniently have all of this information in one place and can read it at your leisure, whether it's on your computer, or on your favorite e-reader.
LITERARY AGENT (Year One) includes in-depth answers to the following
* Should my agent let me know which publishers/editors have read my work, and provide me with copies of the rejection letters?
is giving away ASK A LITERARY AGENT (Year One) free, as a way to give back to the
writing community. Click here to download the free
Noah Lukeman's other titles:
To find more free e-books, we encourage you to visit Project Gutenburg, where you can find free e-books by authors such as Edwin Abbott Abbott (How to Write Clearly), Charles Dickens (A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations), Mark Twain (The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer), Jane Austen (Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma), Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes), Jules Verne (Around the World in 80 Days), Lewis Carroll (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland), James Joyce (Ulysses), Bram Stoker (Dracula), Leo Tolstoy (War and Peace), Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (Frankenstein), Homer (Iliad), Franz Kafka (Metamorphosis), William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Joseph Conrad.