Mary Sue

25-Page Critique by Agent Mary Sue Seymour


UPDATE 06/17/2012: Thanks to everyone for the Likes on the Agency’s Facebook page!

There were 19 entries, and I used to generate a true random number.

…and the winner is…


So… counting down to commenter 11 = Emily! Congrats! Please email your 25-pages as an attached Word document to, and I will make certain Mary Sue receives your pages.


In celebration of 200 Likes on The Seymour Agency’s Facebook page, founder and agent Mary Sue Seymour is donating a 25-page critique!

The contest is in no way sponsored, endorsed, or administered by Facebook.

To enter:

– Post a comment to this post (using three words, describe your work-in-progress)

– Please enter only once (one comment per person, not per manuscript)

Comments will be assigned a number. One random number will be chosen.

Check back on Sunday, June 17th, when the winner will be posted, along with directions how to claim the critique prize.

Thanks so much for the Facebook likes!


About Marisa Cleveland

writer. reader. infinite dreamer.
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24 Responses to Mary Sue

  1. Caribbean, Ingot, Trouble

  2. Moondreamer: Reluctant revolutionary.

  3. Lori says:

    Murder, sex, quirky

  4. Debbie Herbert says:

    Mermaids meet murder

  5. 1233ka says:

    Empath, frustration, birthmark

  6. Regan says:

    Regency midlands rebellion

  7. Amanda says:

    Demons invade Seattle

  8. T.F.Walsh says:

    Valkyrie circumvents destiny

  9. Vanilla Wafer Chronicles

  10. Emily says:

    Espionage, Combination, Quest

  11. Tara Sheets says:

    Warrior angel destiny

  12. territiffany says:

    Female Golfer Overcomes

  13. Monica says:

    Trailer Park Chronicles

  14. amyskennedy says:

    Widow goes blonde!

  15. Amr says:

    Peacemaker battling elementals

  16. Emily says:

    Yay!! I’m so excited! Thank you so much for hosting this contest. I’m currently out of town, so I’ll send my pages at the end of the week if thats okay. Thanks Marisa (and Mary Sue!)

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