Victoria Sanders

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Since our launch in 1992, we at Victoria Sanders & Associates LLC have been pleased and proud to represent a diverse and exciting array of writers of both fiction and non-fiction. We are an eclectic group of book-lovers whose different tastes range widely across genres. We approach each work that captivates our collective imaginations, whether memoir, commercial women’s fiction, socio-political nonfiction, thrillers, humorous, or self-help/motivational just to name a few, with enthusiasm and the promise of possibility. We endeavor to represent writers of diverse styles, thoughts and viewpoints, and stories which capture the flavors of all cultures.

Amongst the glittering and gifted list of clients we are privileged to align ourselves with are the Zora Neale Hurston Trust, the internationally and New York Times bestselling thriller writer, Karin Slaughter, who has been translated into more than two dozen languages, the currently long-running New York Times bestselling author Denene Millner, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist/author Nick Chiles, the American Book Award winning journalist/author Jeff Chang, and a host of exciting newcomers like Carolina De Robertis, Sarah Pekkanen, Amy Hatvany, and Amanda Kyle Williams.

Our agents enjoy working one-on-one with writers to strengthen their proposals and manuscripts. Our goal is to provide not just a dynamic base as a springboard to the business of publishing, but a nurturing space for imagining, developing and selling the work of our writers.

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Little Satchmo
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 23,150. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2013 and represented by Victoria Sanders. Category: Nonfiction » Music » Biography
To the world, Louis Armstrong is a symbol of musical genius, unparalleled success and unassailable character. To Sharon Preston Folta, he was, simply, Dad. Folta is the product of a long affair between the married musician, and the vaudeville dancer Lucille Preston. Little Satchmo is an extraordinary tale of identity, loss, and one daughter’s ultimate search for truth—and her father’s love.


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