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KC: Personally, I like post-apocalyptic novels—they create a pretty frightening scenario, and allow the imagination to conjure “what if?
” : Your agency bio says you do not accept children’s literature.
She is seeking: literary and commercial fiction, science fiction, women’s fiction, historical fiction, mystery, horror and thrillers.
For nonfiction, she accepts biography, memoir, food & lifestyle, science, technology, medical, health & fitness, how-to, religion & spirituality, dating & relationships, pop culture, entertainment, travel, history and military. KC: I was a publisher before I was a literary agent, which was great experience as I learned how the business of books really works. : What’s something you’ve sold that comes out now/soon that you’re excited about?
“I think it would be easy to collaborate with him again.
Actor Kirk Cameron may be best known as the adorable troublemaker Mike Seaver on "Growing Pains." But many Christians also know him for his role as journalist Buck Williams in the "Left Behind" movie series, based on the popular Christian novels about the End Times, by Tim La Haye and Jerry Jenkins. But I met a man, who was the father of a girl that I liked, and I got to talking to this man, and he said, “There’s still something that you don’t have, though, Kirk.
: According to your agency bio, you developed books for motion pictures during your time at MGM. It was a great exercise, and I feel it helped his growth as a writer.
The thrill of launching a debut author is what I enjoy so much—I feel like I’m a midwife . KC: Yes, I’ll be at the San Francisco Writer’s Conference in February 2013, I’ll be attending Book Expo in New York in May 2013, I’m on the faculty of the Book Passage Mystery Conference in July 2013 and I will be going to Portland in August 2013 for the Willamette Writers Conference. : Best piece(s) of advice we haven’t talked about yet? KC: Writing is rewriting—make your work the best it can be before you try to market it. Does this apply to middle-grade and young adult novels as well, or might something hook you if the subject and writing were right?
KC: We do represent Young Adult and if a middle-grade novel was strong enough, we would definitely consider it. How important is it for nonfiction writers to be experts in their field?: One of your nonfiction interests is history & military. KC: I’m more interested in history than military—but the history of the world is filled with military themes.Again, making the subject matter come alive is the talent from which we all benefit—I like books with large themes, and if the author has accomplished this, I’m hooked!: One of the categories you represent is science fiction.