No Book? No Problem For Agent Sloan Harris

Jacobs, Farrin
July 2001
Book Publishing Report;7/16/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 28, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the strategy of book agent Sloan Harris getting unestablished book writers to sign a contract with him. Preference of Harris in recruiting magazine writers to sign book contracts; Inclusion of 'Ghost Soldiers' and 'In Harms Way' under Harris Agency International Creative management in the bestsellers list; Justification for the theme of the book 'In Harm's Way' by Doug Stanton.


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