One of Eaton Literary Agency’s Annual Program deadlines if quickly approaching. Get your articles and short stories under 10,000 words to them by March 31, 2020, for a chance to win their prize of $500.
You can send your manuscript as attachments in doc, docx, or pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can send hard copies to Eaton Literary Agency, P. O. Box 49795, Sarasota, FL 34230. You may win a prize. Perhaps your life will be changed, like these authors:
“I wanted to take some time out of my busy schedule between book tours to thank you again for all your hard work in placing my three books and many articles. I can’t believe the success that has come to me because of your efforts, and I know it would never have happened if I hadn’t found you. Thank you for your guidance and for beginning my career.” J. Frank Brumbaugh, MARINE WEATHER FORECASTING, BASIC BOAT MAINTENANCE, MAIL ORDER – STARTING UP, MAKING IT PAY, plus 14 articles.
“Let me thank the Eaton Literary Agency for choosing my novel as the winner of your Annual Awards Program. The money is wonderful and could not have come at a better time. Most of all I appreciate the recognition this prestigious award brings to nine years of my work.” John Tarlton, A WINDOW FACING WEST.
“We’re so impressed with all the help we have gotten from you – first your prestigious award, then with the publication of our nonfiction book. This award and publication is so appreciated, and it comes at a time when being published is more and more difficult without the right representation.” Jennifer Levasseur, Kevin Rabalais, NOVEL VOICES and THE LANDSCAPE OF DESIRE.
“I always had the dream of becoming a published author but knew it was an impossible dream, since I have dyslexia. You made the impossible possible through your guidance and tireless efforts in my behalf. Thank you so much for the publication of my three stories, all within a few months!” R. J. Bernotus
“SHADOW OF EVIL is dedicated to my editor and agent, Richard Lawrence, who was not shy in critiquing my work and took a rough manuscript and turned it into a polished work I could be proud of. Richard not only edited my manuscript, but after it was completed, he made certain it was presented to the right publisher. Without Richard, this book would never have come to fruition.” Rhonda Kazmierski, Author.