Which do you think is better for a new writer...
Taking a contract with a publishing house, like Harlequin, or finding a literary agent for their work?
I think taking a contract and having something published would give you experience and credentials. Both of those would make you (as a writer) more appealing to a literary agent. Then you could go after other publishers with an agent and books you've already got your name on.
I would agree with That Grrl, and then you have a greater chance of having the publisher contract you for another book.
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