Hello there, your Clooneyness, (ha)
I was referred to an uber agent by her client. She read my first 3 chapters and liked them. She suggested changes, and after those changes were complete, I sent her the full as requested. She has never offered representation. Is this common practice among agents? I am waiting to hear her response. Would it be improper etiquette to query others during this time period? I know that you say to query widely, but what about an agent who edited your first 3 chapters, suggested a title change, and asked to see the full after manuscript changes were suggested. Does that sound promising to you? Thank you, Miss Snark!
It is promising but a promise isn't an offer.
Keep querying till you get to yes.
Don't sign with someone else till you've let her know you've received an offer, but don't sit around waiting for us to get up off the settee, shake the bon bon crumbs off our remote control and get back to you.
Your time is just as valuable as mine. Probably more so in fact given I live in an alternate universe that has 36 hour days.