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18 complaints - New Jersey, Massachusetts - Jersey City, Hackensack, Cambridge, Union City, Newark, Leonia, Morristown, Bayonne, Oradell, Englewood, Rochelle Park, Succasunna, Cliffside Park, Ramsey, Rutherford, Wayne, Dumont, Kearny, Caldwell, Ridgewood, Hasbrouck Heights, Westwood, Wyckoff, Fair Lawn, Teaneck, Closter, Park Ridge, Maywood, Mahwah, Oakland, Teterboro, Secaucus, Newton, Elizabeth, Weehawken, New Brunswick, Passaic, Vernon, Orange

  • Mateen - 3-1-2014 5:13:43PM

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  • Aylin - 2-4-2014 11:59:50PM

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  • RyanKyrazz - 1-29-2014 7:19:52AM

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  • Yoshinori - 1-28-2014 1:01:05PM

    They also do excellent boktleos on all sorts of aspects of being a professional author, which are free to members, and a pound or five to non-members. If you're negotiating directly with a publisher it can be much easier to say The Society of Authors advises,' than I don't think that's fair!'. They will also advise on all sorts of tricky situations. Even if you have an agent, it's worth being a member, because even relationships with agents can go horribly wrong, and then you need advice and support more than ever.On a purely personal note, I think a lot of aspiring writers aren't aware of just how raw a deal authors used to get. Most of the aspects of contracts that have become standard' like the right to see covers before they're published, and I think to have rights revert to you if a book goes out of print, for example were fought for by the Society in tandem with the Writers' Guild. To my mind, they deserve our support for everything they did in the past, as well as all the support they give us now and in the future.

  • Roberto Murphy - 3-23-2008 12:53:30AM

    Whoever this is apparently knows a fair bit about me, given what he said on the phone. Sounds like a scam.

  • Gary Campbell - 2-21-2008 1:16:30AM

    Called me today at about 5 PM. No message left by these female callers. Somehow they got my cell number. How?!!?!

  • Edwin Thompson - 2-15-2008 7:54:30PM

    Blah blah blah. Same old ridiculous nonsense trying to sell me some garbage.

  • 2-13-2008 11:48:30PM

    This number calls me 6 days a week, at least 6 times every day.

  • Phillip Rogers - 2-10-2008 8:39:30PM

    The worst kind of caller of all! No message, heavy breathing.

  • 2-10-2008 12:02:30AM

    I get calls from these people who seem friendly all the time. The most pathetic part is they actually leave a message that just has a bunch of noise and uses up like six of my voicemail minutes.

  • Wanda Hamilton - 2-6-2008 7:12:30PM

    Whoever this is apparently knows a fair bit about me, given what he said on the phone. Sounds like a scam.

  • Nicholas Kelly - 2-3-2008 1:25:30AM

    Says they want me to buy magazines from these jerks, but I dont really want to!

  • Ramon Myers - 1-23-2008 4:06:30AM

    These male callers call me again and again. Never say anything. Never a message. pathetic!

  • 1-20-2008 6:08:30PM

    PhoneSpamFilter saved me from these female callers.

  • Felix Hill - 12-27-2007 5:03:30PM

    These callers call me again and again. Never say anything. Never a message. loudmouth!

  • Janet Henderson - 12-17-2007 9:04:30PM

    These sales cales are, quite frankly, insane. They dont listen to what I say, no matter how clearly phrased.

  • 12-13-2007 4:44:30AM

    This woman really bugs me. She says very annoying things

  • 12-9-2007 12:39:30AM

    Calls me twice in the mornning, four times in the night. What can I do to stop these stupid solicitors????

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