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The University of New Mexico Summer Writers’ Conference: Counting Chickens

Last weekend, we presented at the University of New Mexico Summer Writers’ Conference in Santa Fe. We heard great pitches; we met fantastic writers. One of those writers blogged about the conference and pitching David. Thanks to R.A. Schneider and Beyond Belief for allowing us to share UNM 2016: Counting Chickens. It reads like a fairytale:   A man, afraid of pursuing his […]

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BlogHer + The Book Doctors = Pitchapalooza Webinar

Do you want to get successfully published?  Find an agent?  Attract an editor at a great independent publishing house?  Or do it yourself?  Whichever way your publishing path takes you, your pitch is in many ways the most important arrow in your quiver.  Learn how to pitch like a professional at Pitchapalooza. Like American Idol for books (only kinder and gentler), the winner […]

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Top 10 Tips for Making a Great Pitch (with Bonus NPR Interview)

Your pitch is one of the most powerful and underrated arrows in your quiver as you attempt to scale the walls of Publishing Castle.  Here are just a few helpful tips. 1. A great pitch is like a poem.  Every word counts. 2. Make us fall in love with your hero.  Whether you’re writing a […]

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