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Book Keeping: New Novelist Sells Film Rights First

Weathering rejection and agent upheaval, this new author emerges with multiple book deals and a film rights sale

By Peggy Bourjaily - September 19, 2007
Fifteen years ago, Tish Cohen wrote and tried selling children's books. After being met with encouraging rejections, she backed out of the writing world to raise her children and explore other options. However, Cohen couldn't stay away and, five years ago, she wrote her first adult fiction novel. She found an agent, but was again ...

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