Emily O ‘s novel “The Man Who Went Through Time” has been one of the most-acclaimed novels of 2018.
Emily O is an agent at WME, one of many that are trying to change the game for writers and agents.
“We’ve been doing a lot of really good work with agents in the last year,” she says.
“It’s great to see agents like Emily who are trying really hard to get people their stories, and to be a part of it.”
Emily O’s “The Mansions of Madness” (Simon & Schuster) is the second novel in her “The Men Who Went through Time” series, which features a woman who travels through time in order to uncover the secrets of her past.
In the first book, Emily had been in the industry for a while, and her experience with agents made her a better fit for the new genre.
“She’s just a smart, smart, well-educated, well informed agent who’s been doing this for a long time,” says Kate Fagan, a veteran agent.
“Her expertise in the field is not limited to one specific industry.”
Emily and Kate were also friends, so it was an easy fit.
The duo had a short-lived collaboration on “The Masters,” a book about a man who travels back in time and discovers a magical ring.
It has sold more than 100,000 copies.
Emily has also done work with The Wrens, an imprint of Simon & Schusters.
“There’s no shortage of great writers and writers that we’ve worked with,” says Emily.
“I think Emily is a great fit for all of that.”
Emily’s agent is a seasoned agent who has worked with a lot more writers, including her own father, who passed away when she was still young.
“When you work with someone, it’s a really good feeling,” she tells The Washington Mail.
“And I’ve worked and learned so much over the years.”
Emily also has a background in journalism, having worked as a reporter for The Washington Times and The New York Times before joining WME in 2016.
“You get to work on something that you love and want to do,” she explains.
“So I’m a huge fan of reporting.
I like that I get to get a feel for the stories, even if it’s just for a day or a week or a year.”
Emily has a long-standing interest in working with women, having gone through the experience with her own daughter.
She also has experience with LGBTQ issues, working with the LGBTQ Alliance of Metropolitan Washington, which includes a women’s rights and advocacy arm.
“That’s something that has been a constant throughout my career,” she notes.
“Women, for instance, are often the only people who have the courage to say no to men.
That’s a very common thing for women to feel when they’re in this industry.”
The Waltham, Mass.-based agency has offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and New Orleans.
Emily is also the author of several short stories.
“What I love about my story is that it’s not just about the person,” she told The Washington Paper.
“My story is really about the people and how they’re going through these things and what they’re experiencing.”
The book was published in January and sold more that 200,000 books, according to the Walthampons’ book ranking.
Emily was nominated for the 2017 Caldecott Medal for Fiction and was also named an Advocate for Excellence in 2018 by the National Book Critics Circle.
She has won several other awards, including a National Book Award for her work on the PBS documentary “The Best American Stories,” and a MacArthur Fellowship.
“Emily is a wonderful writer and I’m proud to have her on our team,” says Simon & Shuster publisher Jonathan Goldsbie.
“Having her on board is an exciting time for us.
She’s a gifted storyteller who has a very specific vision for the book.
She wants it to have a very particular voice, and that’s what you can tell with her.
It’s not a generic story.
We like her style.”
“The Master” is the first in the “The Last Mansions” trilogy, which follows a group of women as they search for answers about their past, their lives and their relationship to the man they are destined to become.
The trilogy is set in the mid-20th century and takes place in the year 2020.
“The world is on the edge of chaos and chaos is a very important theme,” Emily says.
The book also follows a woman named Ann, a young woman who goes on a date with a man named David, a former police officer.
She learns that their relationship was the beginning of a relationship and that David is a serial killer.
“This is a story about love, about how love can go bad and people can die,” Emily explains.
Emily and her team were also working on a sequel to