Take note of when the agent or book doctor is available – especially if you plan on booking a day ticket.
Think about whether you have a preference for time. For some writers, this doesn’t matter. For others, they might want to get them out of the way nice and early, or leave them until the end. Make a note of this so you can check the remaining available times when you come to book.
Do your research! Certain agents will only represent certain genres. Take your time to look at their website or AgentMatch profile to find out if they are suitable for your writing.
Book doctor or literary agent? Book doctors are perfect if you are interested in receiving critical advice on your writing. Literary agents are perfect if you would like advice on marketability, or are interested in submitting to them.
Please note that one-to-one sessions are subject to change due to illness and timetabling changes. If your session is moved, we will endeavour to tell you in as much time as possible and arrange an alternative time or suitable person to your genre. Funnily enough, such changes in the past have ended up in offers of representation!