Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Agent Love

Don't worry, this is still Tuesday Twist. It's just an extra twist (so fun right?)!

I've chosen this week to feature novels that an agency has taken on. Since all of us are in the querying stage at one point in our writing lives this might give you an extra name you might not have originally thought of!

So let's get started... this week's agency is Park Literary.

First Sentences

1. The problem with Burbank, Nikki decided, was that it wasn't in black-and-white.
2. The M.D. doesn't mean what you think it does.
3. "I read your emails," I tell Stuart.

Secret Titles

1. Secret Revealed
2. Secret Revealed
3. Secret Revealed

So, would you read any?

Author note: This took a lot more time to research then just the regular one's but I had a lot of fun and new authors were featured!

22 comments:

Emily White said...

Hmm...#1 seemed pretty interesting. It definitely made me curious to read more.

Thomasina said...

#3 sparked an interest for me. I want to know what the emails are about.

Alison Stevens said...

#2 reminds me of a bunch of guys in high school who called themselves the M.D.s. Based on that I'd pass, but the other two look interesting.

KatieO said...

number 3 made me curious enough to click the link and check out the amazon page. Sounds like an interesting & different premise.

Guess I should go check out Park Litereary now, too. Thanks, Jen!

RosieC said...

I think #1 did the most for me, but they're all intriguing. Thanks for the links to some new books, and the time it took to research them for your post :)

Kittie Howard said...

They're all interesting, but I'll go with # l.

Jen, you're an angel - first the major intro to blogging followers, now, you LinkIn-ed me first and connections are growing. Thanks!

Sara McClung ♥ said...

Oh, number 3, for SURE :) That just screams conflict. Though I think all of these first sentences are interesting enough to make me want to keep reading...

Teenage Bride said...

ooooh I would read them all, they all sound catchy! Great picks Jen

Jessica Bell said...

This is a really great idea, Jen! I too vote for three :o) Yay! I can comment!

lynnrush said...

#1 made me curious enough to click the link. But I liked #2, too.

Fun!!

Chris Phillips said...

really like 3.

Emy Shin said...

These opening sentences are really intriguing, especially #2.

Talli Roland said...

I liked number one.

Great idea, Jen!

Shannon O'Donnell said...

Hmmmm . . . I haven't seen any of those! This is a great idea, Jen - love it!! :-)

Michael Di Gesu said...

Number 3 catches my attention.

Elana Johnson said...

Very fun! I would definitely read #3. :)

LTM said...

all three of these sound fantastic! Yes yes yes! And I love those titles, too. Hey, thanks for the heads up! :o) xoxo

Ellie Garratt said...

The second quote wasn't at all what I thought it would be!

Ellie Garratt

Jennifer Hillier said...

Oooh, I like that third one. What was in the emails?

Kristin Rae said...

I'm most curious about #2. Fun twist to your tuesday twists :)

Amie Borst said...

I'm more inclined to go with book #2.

and hey - stop over at my blog. you've won something!

Jemi Fraser said...

I thought they were all intriguing, but the one that pulled at me the most was #1 - loved it :)