A vast public collection of real-life rejection
A bridge in brooklyn?
$43, huh? My, how generous.
How nice-- they don't charge reading fees!
May you help? No ... no you may not help.
honestly, i don't think it's so slimy of them to advert their own editing services. probably the majority of ms they receive suck balls, grammar- and style-wise. an ethical issue may arise if editing is their bread and butter, while acting as agent accounts for only a small part of their revenue. it would indicate that the agency serves as a front for the real editing business. (a sure way to sucker a bunch of naive writers.)is it possible to investigate these individuals to see how many ms they have sold before calling them out as scammers? who knows, maybe they are just a bunch of hucksters.
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