I’m going to say three little words, the best three little words in the whole world, and even though I’m as romantic as the next girl, it’s not the three words you’re thinking of.
MY LOVELY AGENT
I can now officially begin sentences with those three words, should I wish to, which at the moment seems to be quite often! I have just sent back my signed agreement to be represented by LAW in London. I can’t tell you how thrilled I am by this development in my career.
I’d often heard writers talk fondly of their agents, saying it was like a marriage, and you need to find the right person who ‘gets’ you and your writing, and honestly, although it sounded like a wonderful sentiment, I never thought it would happen to me. Until now, that is, because I really feel that I have the best, most gorgeous, most perfect agent I could have ever found in Peta Nightingale (sorry all you other lovely agents, I’m sure you’ll forgive my enthusiasm). I have yet to meet the rest of the gang at LAW, but I can’t wait!
And we’ll have some exciting stuff coming up this year and next – new books to spring on the world and maybe old ones to spring on the world again in new and surprising ways. But for now, I’m going to sit and gaze upon the most beautiful envelope I’ve ever seen, which bears the logo of LAW, and smile for a while…
I am So So very thrilled for you Sharon! It is amazing news! And much deserved. I look forward to seeing your work keep coming out but with the guidance of Your lovely agent! 🙂 xx
Thanks so much Rebecca! I’ve a feeling 2014 is going to be good for both of us 🙂
I cannot begin to tell you just how happy I am for you. Without a doubt you deserve this and I truly hope you be massively successful.
Love your number 1 fangirl 😉 xxxxx
Thank you SO much Victoria. I really value your support, and I should be fangirling you!
Woohoo! Well done Sharon!
Thanks so much Dan. I really appreciate all the support this year 🙂
WOO HOO 🙂
That’s kinda the noise I made! Thanks so much Liz. x
I have three words for you, too! YAY YAY YAY! Congrats, Sharon! 🙂