Well I've been incredibly busy of late. I managed to edit Wolf Prince down from its behemoth 120,000 word count, to a much more managible 90,000. What is even more amazing is that even though I removed a little over 30,000 words, the story is still very much intact and ready for sale. I got a few rejection letters, including one from Jodi Reamer, assistant, but she was incredibly nice. After doing a bit of research, I learned the hard truth that 120,000 words for a first time novel, is too large, and unless the story catches them right off the bat, they aren't even going to look at it.
HOWEVER, there is a silver lining to all of this... My manager (career/ film) has been pushing me to find an agent that deals with both film and book, and my best friend's agent is Julie Kane-Ristch...(Producer of Spiderwick Chronicles, just to name something off the top of my head). He's been in love with WP since its conception, and he's been helping me polish up the book/script a bit. Once it is ready, he's promised to let her have a look. Julie is a big time agent and a member of the Gotham Group Agency.
I'm still reworking my query, and I have a brand new list of agencies to submit WP to, as well... It looks like I'm going to be incredibly busy for the next several weeks to months! WOOT!