Dennis is open for queries and accepting submissions at

Dennis Schleicher is currently the President of the Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association. Schleicher is the best-selling author of Is He Nuts?: Why a Gay Man Would Become a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ. As an in-demand public speaker specializing in devotionals and social media marketing with the LDS church, Dennis’s relationship with many acquisition editors gives him a unique edge.

Accepting queries for the following genres:

LDS Biography/Mormon and Christian, Bible and LDS children’s books, church life, devotional, LGBTQ, bible study, reference, regency, clean romance, Latter-Day Saints, Latter-day Saint’s, LDS, and Mormonism. 

Dennis says, “I am the first to specialize as an LDS literary agent, willing to work with all. I am looking for unique ideas from writers. As the market has changed, so have many of the demands on the author. Your project has to be more than an extended magazine article. It has to have something unique that will make the publisher jump at the chance to invest in you and your work.” Dennis goes on to explain that the “something” can be your platform, it can be the power of your idea, or it can be that your writing .” And can you bring all three? I’m confident we can find you a publishing house. What will set you apart? What will establish you as a thought-leader in your genre?” Dennis’ platform is Instagram. 

Recent deals:

Fractured Souls and Splintered Memories: Unlocking the “Boxes” of Trauma By Dr. Christy Kane

One of the sacred offerings of therapy that’s protected by a code of ethics is the gift of confidentiality. The purpose of this book is to guide readers through the healing steps of therapy. In this book, you’ll discover the resiliency of the human soul as it’s protected and shepherded by a gifted mental health professional. The ultimate aim of this book is not to highlight darkness but to emphasize the truth that healing is possible-if those who seek it are dedicated to the work required to obtain this gift.