Les is now available for freelance ghostwriting, as a writing coach, for title development, significant writing projects for mission organizations, even newsletters.
Steve Laube, president of The Steve Laube Agency, has announced the acquisition of the Leslie H. Stobbe Literary Agency.
Les Stobbe has been a part of the Christian publishing industry for 62 years, starting as an editor and book buyer, then publisher, book coach, ghostwriter, and the last 25 as a literary agent.
The Leslie H. Stobbe Literary Agency has been sold to The Steve Laube Agency, so Les no longer accepts proposal submissions. Click here to read more about this transition. Please direct submissions to the appropriate agent at SteveLaube.com. Please consult their guidelines available on their site before submitting.
First let me express my gratefulness to God for letting me represent the authors of the following three books. All three represent God at work in the lives of the writers, each in God’s distinctive way of helping them overcome huge disadvantages. These books represent apologetics, help for parents whose children are afflicted by autism, and God’s miraculous way of intervening in life’s desperate situations told in story form.
As a literary agent I’m vitally interested in helping authors think marketing. But I also occasionally make suggestions to publishers, since I once ran bookstores and did marketing copy for books. After Zondervan’s sale price in June for The Ultimate Guide to the Daniel Fast produced sales exceeding expectations—and I read that angels were again on shopper minds—I contacted Harvest House about sale efforts for Dr. Robert Lesslie’s angel series. I discovered they had already made plans to do exactly that.
Mike Dellosso is known for his riveting suspense, usually with some supernatural element. Tyndale House is now releasing his eighth suspense novel, Centralia, and it is off to a great start.