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For some writers, the thought of negotiating a contract or networking at a social function fills them with dread. For others, contract law and haggling comes naturally, and meeting with editors, publishers, and booksellers is a vital counterpoint to the lonely months spent writing the book.
Let's have a look at what an agent does, and whether you could be your own agent.
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