When: Tuesday, March 17
Time: 7am - 7pm (NY time)
Occasion: Pitch an editor! Theme - Luck
A few things to get the party going...
Q. What's little and green and goes two hundred miles per hour?
A. A leprechaun in a blender!
"May you live as long as you want, and never want as long as you live". - Traditional Irish Toast
“May you have warm words on a cold evening, a full moon on a dark night, and a smooth road all the way to your door” - Author unknown
“Here’s hoping you’re in Heaven ten minutes before the devil knows you’re dead.” – Author unknown
Now that we have the crowd warmed up, let's talk about *the* pitch.
Post a pitch in the comments section on Tuesday, March 17. Your pitch must somehow relate to the theme--luck. Even if your book is a very unlucky story, you are a writer and must show your creativity.
Update: So, if the luck in your book reeks of ill-fated quests and damsels doomed to distress, send 'em over!
Your pitch is limited to 75 words. This does not include your name or punctuation.
Only one pitch per customer. If you have two books, you can combine two pitches into one, as long as they both relate to our theme and are within the 75-word limit. (Our theme is luck). Your pitch may look crappy like that. Perhaps it's best to stick with your favorite book and pitch that.
You may comment on other people's pitches. But you may not pee or poo on anyone else's pitch. We're not even letting the editors do that--and it's what they do best.
Speaking of editors, you all are really lucky we found some terrific editors for you:
Please drop by and join the party on Tuesday! Pitch, chat, or just hang out! Everyone welcome!!!
((We post a blurb now so you can polish your pitches. Please wait until Tuesday to begin posting your pitches. Do not post them here.... Thanks!!!))