March 14, 2020 · 10:15 am
Interested in trying out an online pitch via Twitter? Some people find this process rewarding. Here’s a list of pitch fest dates I just discovered on Victoria Strauss’s Writer Beware site (check out her warning about due diligence when responding to an agent or editor after an online pitch).
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September 7, 2016 · 11:40 am
Joel Friedlander at The Book Designer is always a wonderful source. This piece by Judith Briles (@mybookshepher) on “How to Avoid Book Publishing Blunders, Bloopers and Boo-Boos” has some up-front advice for all of us. I especially like the “writer beware” section on “pitch fests.” Briles says save your money!
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Tagged as creative writng, ebooks publishing and selling, Getting reviewed, lessons learned, Marketing books, pitch fests, Self-publishing, writing, writing novels