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JF Wishlist Updates

I posted on Twitter the need for blog ideas. It seems I’ve run out already.

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@BookEndsJessica Hmmmmmm…. any changes to your/your colleagues’ wishlists?
2/11/15, 9:44 AM
This is actually a great question only because these things change all the time. An agent can talk to an editor or read a great new book and get excited about something new.

While I’m always looking for the standards: Cozy mysteries, mysteries, suspense, romance, women’s fiction and YA, there are those submissions I will drop everything for.

Suspense–a great dark suspense stand alone or series with, preferably, a female protagonist, romantic suspense and definitely YA suspense. Give it to me dark, make it gritty, and I require that it leaves me in a panic about what’s around the corner.

Women’s fiction with magical realism ala Sarah Addison Allen.

Contemporary YA with dark secrets and big story lines.

An entire week where nothing happens so that I can catch up on all the reading I want to do and need to do. If that week happens to be at the beach with margaritas at the ready even better.

A new talented agent knocking at my door. I’m looking to grow our BookEnds team and I really only have a few requirements: Smart, fun and someone we’d all like to have a drink with. Oh, and you’ll need some experience as either an agent or an editor. Your areas of expertise can be just about any genre. http://www.bookends-inc.com/employment.html

This new standing desk from Ikea

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Richard Blais or either Voltaggio as a private chef.

I’ll keep my fingers crossed.

–jhf

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