A lifelong New Yorker with a true head for numbers, Rebecca bridges her taste in literature with her business acumen to comprehensively advocate for her authors. A lot. Scoring Her is the final book in the series, and readers will get to see all of their favorite characters together for one last hurrah in the Bahamas.
Having worked with bestselling and award-winning authors, she now brings her passion for authors and championing their work to her role as agent.
There have been so many authors who have inspired us over the years, not only through their work, but because of who they are as people. Both of us are avid readers, always have been and always will be. More information can be found at janerotrosen. LitChat Interview: Amy Tannenbaum Amy Tannenbaum began her book publishing career with a brief stint at Harlequin where she edited romances that were far more entertaining than the books she read while earning her English degree at Wesleyan University.
But now, because of the rise of indie-publishing, a publisher can take on a debut author who has essentially been market-tested.
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Immediately upon graduating, she was offered the unique opportunity to work within each department at the agency to gain a deep understanding of the business before going on to become an agent.