Hi, y'all don't know me, but I wanted to get opinions from some other writers. I've had an agent for about a half a year now, we subbed in the fall got some rejections and one two-page editorial feedback. I spent three months giving my manuscript a massive overhaul, and I think it's vastly improved over the one we subbed in the fall. I sent it to my agent a month ago. He didn't respond. The next week I sent an updated synopsis to go with the new manuscript. He didn't respond. A week later I sent a gentle nudge, asking if he'd had a chance to read it yet. He responded, not yet, he'd try to get to it on the weekend and he would get in contact with me next week. Register to remove this ad A week and a half has passed without contact. He never gave me a sub-list, even when I asked about it (didn't respond to that e-mail at all). I never even found out which publisher sent the notes. When I was just starting on the re-write his assistant e-mailed and asked to check the first few chapters, to see if she had any suggestions, I sent the chapters but never heard back from her either. All this while he's open to queries and throwing his hat in the ring for query competitions and such. To which I'm thinking, if he doesn't have time for me now, why is he taking on even more clients? If my agent wasn't AAR with a solid track-record (but not a brilliant one, no best-sellers or anything) I'd have walked by now, but I'm beginning to wonder. When should I cut my losses and move on? He seems to be a good agent, and an honest person, but he's just over-worked, and never has the time for me. What do you all think?