Bad Agent, No Catnip! Bad Career Advice and Questionable Misinformation for Writers from the World's Worst Literary Agent, Sydney T. Cat

Bad Agent, No Catnip! Bad Career Advice and Questionable Misinformation for Writers from the World's Worst Literary Agent, Sydney T. Cat

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by Sydney T. Cat
     
 

Anyone can print up cards and call themselves a literary agent -- even a cat! And if it isn't prohibited, then it is required!

Collected for the first time in this hilarious (and illustrated) little book, "World's Worst" agent and shameless blogger Sydney T. Cat shares (though bad example) dozens of gaffes, schemes, missteps, cons, and foul-ups real-life …  See more details below

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Anyone can print up cards and call themselves a literary agent -- even a cat! And if it isn't prohibited, then it is required!

Collected for the first time in this hilarious (and illustrated) little book, "World's Worst" agent and shameless blogger Sydney T. Cat shares (though bad example) dozens of gaffes, schemes, missteps, cons, and foul-ups real-life "agents" have used to part writers from their money, foul up their careers, and crush their dreams!

If you have an agent, want an agent, or aren't quite sure what an agent does, then this eye-opening volume is just for you!

“Bad Agent Sydney is well named. She hates me because I never listen to her, and I do the opposite of everything she says. And gosh, I have a writing career. Take that, Sydney.” - Kristine Kathryn Rusch, USA Today Bestselling Author

“Me and Sydney go way back, back to when she first got a taste of tuna and turned to the dark side of being an agent. Luckily, I never followed her advice, but she still got tuna out of me.”
- USA Today Bestselling Writer Dean Wesley Smith

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013188501
Publisher:
Tsunami Ridge Publishing
Publication date:
08/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Bad Agent Sydney is a small, chubby, calico cat, who also claims to be the world's worst literary agent. Given some of the so-called agents out there, we're not entirely sure she is telling the truth.

J. Steven York (AKA "Man-Who-Feeds-Her-Tuna) is Sydney's person, and the National Best Selling author of upwards of a dozen books (novels and non-fiction) and countless stories and magazine articles. He is married to novelist Christina F. York (who works in mystery as Christy Fifield and Christy Evans). They live on the Oregon coast with, Sydney, her enforcer cat Mr. Oz, and their very annoying cat intern, Mr. Thor.

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