I’m deep into the post for Thursday and realized I don’t have the space for the information I’m going to put here. So this is a special midweek post for writers with agents. It’s a follow-up to the “Surviving the Transition” posts.
The Passive Guy, who is a retired attorney, is doing a series of posts on the agency clauses in publishing contracts. He has two as of this writing. The first is on the agency clause in general. The second is on the clause that has this wording: “agency coupled with an interest.”
If you have an agent, please read these two posts even if you think you understand the agency clause. It is my experience that most writers do not understand what they’re signing in their book contracts, and some agents have been misleading writers as to what these clauses mean. So please read these posts. And see you Thursday!