Getting ready for #PitchMadness?
Planning to be part of the next Twitter pitch party?
Think you might sign up for an agent pitch session at the next conference you attend?
Don't wait until the last minute to get your pitch in order. There's always a good reason to have a good pitch for each ms you're querying. I even think it's a good idea to have a working pitch for WiPs --
keeps you focused.
I'm excited to tell you that for 3 days this week, we'll have the benefit of some amazing guest critiquers looking at our pitches.
Each guest will critique 10 Pitches - the first 10 to post on his or her day.
Wednesday: @SC Author
Thursday: Amy Trueblood (@atrueblood5)
Saturday: Michelle Hauck (@Michelle4Laughs)
Here's how this works:
1) Post your pitch in the comments section. Tell us your genre: YA, MG, or NA. And for reference, tell us your ms title.
The first 10 to post will get a critique from the guest critiquer of the day. After our guest leaves feedback, I hope others will leave feedback as well - the more the merrier.
3) Use the "reply" button to do this rather than making a
new comment - I am hoping that will help us keep the feedback organized
and easy to follow. Just to be sure, reference the ms title you're
critiquing to minimize potential for mixup!
3) As always, please keep your feedback constructive, not mean.
Wednesday Critiques begin at 11am EST. Not before.
For those of you specifically prepping for the
upcoming #PitchMadness Clue Edition hosted by Brenda Drake,
Sharon Johnston, Summer Heacock, and Rebecca Weston, the contest rules and info are HERE .
See you soon!