Eaton Literary Agency announces placement of three novels

Powerhouse agents Eaton Literary Agency announces the placement of three major novels in this last week alone.  They are:

TWO IF BY SEA by Richard McCann

THE ZERO CONUNDRUM by John Duby

WAKE by John Hubbard

Authors should submit their manuscripts to this agency, for a chance at the $3,000.00 Literary Awards Program, agency representation, and publication by a traditional publisher.

Authors may submit by emailing their manuscripts in doc, docx, or pdf format to eatonlit@aol.com

Or you can mail your manuscripts to:

Eaton Literary Agency

P. O. Box 49795

Sarasota, Fl  34230

For more information, see Eaton Literary Agency’s website at www.eatonliterary.com

CONGRATULATIONS TO EATON LITERARY AGENCY, A FIVE-STAR-RATED LITERARY AGENCY NOW IN THEIR 37TH YEAR OF BUSINESS

Congratulations to Eaton Literary Agency, a five-star-rated Literary Agency now in their 37th year of being in business. During their decades in business, Eaton Literary Agency has maintained a Better Business Bureau rating of A+!

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“Thank you for performing a miracle by having both of my books published so quickly!”

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“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.

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“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.

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“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.

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“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

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I can’t thank the Eaton Agency enough for the tireless effort they put into finding the right home for my book.  J.S.

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“I would like to say that from both my correspondence with you and the conversations that my financial counselor and I have had with your agency, that we are both impressed with your professionalism.  You seem to be right on top of things, and my books are in the best of hands.

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”There are so many things I could say, but all I will say is thanks so very much for caring.  (Another literary agency) never cared this much, nor did (a manuscript service) who handled my first novel without success.”

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“Thank you so much for your analysis.  I learned more from it than my years of study at USC and Brown Grad school.  I wish I’d met you sooner.”

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“I just wanted to say thank you for getting me to where I wanted to be in my career as a writer.  Best I ever did was have Eaton Literary Agency help me get to where I wanted to be.”

Eaton Literary Agency’s $3,000 Annual Awards Program Deadline

Calling all writers! Do you have a manuscript you feel is excellent Perhaps one you just finished, or one completed sometime ago and just never went anywhere? Submit your manuscript to Eaton Literary Agency’s Annual Awards Program. It will give you a chance to:

Win $2,500..00 for your book-length work

Gain representation in the very competitive literary world.

Garner a contract with a traditional publisher.

The deadline for the book-length Awards Program, with a prize of $2,500.00, is August 31, 2021. You can either send your material via email, as an attachment in doc, docx, or pdf format, to eatonlit@aol.com. Or you can send a hard copy of your manuscript to:

Eaton Literary Agency

P. O. Box 49795

Sarasota, FL 34230

For more information, see their website at http://www.eatonliteary.com, write for a free brochure to the above address, email for a free brochure to eatonlit@aol.com, or call 941-366-6589.

Eaton Literary Agency has been in business for 37 years. During that time, they have maintained an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Send your manuscripts today! The deadline is fast approaching.

$2,500 Literary Awards Program Deadline Approaching in August

The deadline for Eaton Literary Agency’s Book-Length Annual Awards Program with a prize of $2,500.00 is August 31, 2021. For more information, you can email: eatonlit@aol.com. You can telephone: 941-366-6589. You can consult their website: http://www.eatonliterary.com. Or you can write for a brochure:

Eaton Literary Agency

P. O. Box 49795

Sarasota, FL 34230

This may be your chance to not only win a prize but to be represented by a literary agent to publishers. One of their many successful clients has this to say about Eaton Literary Agency:

When a first-time author first engages with a potential new literary agent or agency, it is with caution and even a bit of skepticism.  Certainly, in my case, that was true. Let me tell you what I have learned about Eaton Literary and Richard Lawrence:

  • Everything I was told was true and it was done.
  • Eaton Lit has true integrity.
  • My first novel is now under contract for publication.
  • The guidance I received, from editing forward was outstanding.
  • Mr. Richard Lawrence’s patience with me made the experience comfortable.
  • Have confidence in Eaton Lit.  You will find it justified.

It is no wonder that Eaton Lit has won so many awards.  They are deserved.

John Duby THE ZERO CONUNDRUM

TWENTY OF TODAY’S BEST SHORT STORIES AN ANTHOLOGY available on Amazon.com

Short Stories from a Long Life

Pitzer College Class of 1968 alumna Margreta Klassen publishes stories in a new anthology

Margreta Klassen ’68 has written three of the 20 tales collected in Twenty of Today’s Best Short Stories, an anthology of fiction and nonfiction stories, recently published by Commonwealth Books. Klassen’s stories are titled “The Grand Stand,” “Local Celebrity,” and “A Fishy Tale.”

An internationally recognized clinical psychologist, Klassen has also written a book of poetry and her memoir, Soul Stealing: Abuse of Intimate Power, was published by Black Rose Writing in 2017.

Klassen transferred to Pitzer from Chaffey Community College in 1966. Known then as Maggi Dunn, she had worked as a journalist with the Riverside Press-Enterprise and was in her 30s when she arrived at Pitzer. As her classmate and Pitzer trustee Louise Beaudette Thornton ’68 says, “Maggi was a Pitzer New Resources student before there was a Pitzer New Resources program,” referring to a program for students 23 years of age or older that Pitzer established in 1974.

A member of Pitzer’s charter Class of 1968 (the first four-year class to graduate from the then all-women’s college), Klassen took a class with the folk musician Guy Carawan, then Pitzer’s Folklorist-in-Residence, who is known for introducing the song “We Shall Overcome” to the Civil Rights Movement. She credits Professor Esther Wagner with honing her writing skills. She studied art with Professor Carl Hertel, and Professors Lew Ellenhorn and Alfonso Ortiz inspired her interest in psychology and anthropology. More than 50 years later, she still has a paper, titled “Sacred Clowns of the Southwest,” that she wrote for a class she took with Ortiz.  

Klassen earned her BA at Pitzer in English and planned to become a science writer.  After Pitzer, she received a PhD from Claremont Graduate University in educational studies with a focus on life-span development psychology.

Margreta Klassen Dunn '68 with her daughter Melissa Bundy at the President's Residence reception and dinner for the Class of 1968.
Margreta Klassen ’68 with her daughter Melissa Bundy at the President’s Residence reception and dinner for the Class of 1968 in 2018.

“I especially appreciated the fine faculty and small classes at Pitzer and the graduate university,” Klassen wrote in her submission to the Pitzer College Class of 1968 50th Anniversary Reunion Lookbook.

Over many decades, she has worked as a staff therapist for several colleges, taught courses in human sexuality, and was a program director at a nonprofit agency. Klassen practiced as a clinical, counseling, and adult development psychologist in Newport Beach, CA, retiring a few years ago when she turned 90. She is listed in Who’s Who in American WomenWho’s Who in the World, and on the National Women’s History Museum site, Chronicles of American Women.

Today, Klassen keeps in touch with her Pitzer classmates as an active member of the Pitzer OC Book Gathering—a group of 11 alumnae from the classes of 1968 and 1969 who have been meeting to discuss books and life since the 1980s.   

“Being true to Pitzer’s values, I have been a ‘participant’ throughout my long life,” Klassen wrote in her Class of 1968 Lookbook submission.

Calling All Writers: Deadline Approaching for $500 Literary Award

EATON LITERARY AGENCY’s Annual Awards Program deadline is March 31, 2021, for manuscripts under 10,000 words, fiction or nonfiction. A $500.00 prize will be awarded to the winner of the short story or article program, open to any unpublished short story or nonfiction work of less than 10,000 words. Manuscripts must be postmarked by March 31, 2021, and the prize winner will be notified in April, 2021.

Send your manuscript today to Eaton Literary Agency, P. O. Box 49795, Sarasota, FL 34230-6795, or email it as an attachment in doc, docx, or pdf format to eatonlit@aol.com

This is part of Eaton Literary Agency’s $3,000.00 Annual Awards Program. The deadline for manuscripts, fiction and nonfiction, over 10,000 words, is August 31, 2021.

For more information, see http://www.eatonliterary.com or write or email for a brochure to the above address.

Get those manuscript polished, and send them to Eaton Literary Agency for this wonderful opportunity for authors.

Eaton Literary Agency Announces Three More Placements

Eaton Literary Agency announced today that they have placed three more of their client’s works:  THE GRAND STAND, LOCAL CELEBRITY, and A FISHY TALE, by their client, Margreta Klassen.  The three stories will be included in an upcoming anthology, a collection of short stories by some of today’s very best authors.  Eaton Literary Agency has been in business nearly 40 years, and they have placed thousands of manuscripts for their clients.  They offer the $3,000 Annual Awards Program, which awards $500.00 each year for the best manuscript they receive under 10,000 words and $2,500.00 each year for the best manuscript they receive over 10,000 words.  For more information, see their website: www.eatonliterary.com or request a brochure by emailing eatonlit@aolcom or calling 941-366-6589, or writing Eaton Literary Agency, P. O. Box 49795, Sarasota, FL  34230.

Eaton Literary Agency announces 21 placements in November

The powerhouse literary agency, Eaton Literary Agency, announced that they placed 21 of their clients’ works in November alone.  Eaton Literary Agency has been in business nearly 40 years, and they have placed thousands of manuscripts for their clients.  They offer the $3,000.00 Annual Awards Program, which awards $500.00 each year for the best manuscript they receive under 10,000 words, fiction or nonfiction, and 2,500.00 each year for the best fiction or nonfiction manuscript over 10,000 words.  See their website at www.eatonliterary.com, or email or call for a brochure:  eatonlit@aol.com or 941-366-6589.

Eaton Literary Agency announces 21 placements of clients’ works in November

Eaton Literary agency announced they placed 21 of their clients’ works in the month of November alone.  This powerhouse agency has been in business for nearly 40 years, during which time they have maintained an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.  They offer a $3,000.00 Literary Awards Program, which awards $500.00 each year for the best manuscript they receive under 10,000 words, fiction or nonfiction, and $2,500.00 each year for the best fiction or nonfiction manuscript over 10,000 words.  See their website at www.eatonliterary.com or email or call for a brochure eatonlit@aol.com or 941-366-6589.