Let's review again, why this is a monumentally bad idea.
I have, at the moment, waiting to be read:
- An entire bookcase, approximately three feet wide, filled with material to read. The top shelf holds client manuscripts; the bottom two shelves are completely full of partial manuscripts and full manuscripts that I've requested.
- TWO 5 gallon Rubbermaid bins full of partial manuscripts.
- A giant box of queries.
- Even more mail that is literally eating my kitchen. And by eating, I mean that it is piled on my window seat, my two kitchen chairs, my entire kitchen table, and my kitchen counter (we move it, when we cook).
So, to answer the very nice gentleman's question, I have no idea where your query is. It is either in a pile in my kitchen or living in the giant query box. I do not have the time nor the inclination to sort through all the queries and log them and keep track of them; I only log and keep track of the partial and full manuscripts that I request.
If you have sent me any material, of any sort, then assume a minimum three month response time. Thank you.