#PitchMAS Success

Well #Pitchmas has come and gone and I have to say I am pleasantly surprised with the interest I received from agents and editors. I completely botched up the first half of the contest, which was a blog pitch, so it was no surprise to me that my 35 word pitch didn’t get selected. I created three pitches and scheduled my tweets to publish (BTW, if you’re a follower, sorry you had to put up with all my pitch tweeting). All I had to do was wait.

Cookie Monster waiting

Until all at once, the requests came in. Some through favorites, others simply told me they liked my material. Which lead me to do this:

Breakfast Club Dancing

And at the end of the day, I walked away with 5 requests, one of which has already turned into a full submission.

Loki counts

Now the problem I’m having is #pitchMAS withdrawal. It was so much fun and I made so many amazing writers attempting to hook an agent or publisher as I am. None of it would have been possible without the genius idea of Jessa Russo and Tamara Mataya and for them I am thankful.

Preparing for #PitchMAS

Thanks to the amazing efforts to @Pitchmas, there is an amazing contest about to take place for authors seeking representation and publication. I’ve been working all week to hone my twitter pitch for the upcoming #PitchMAS and I think I’m going to test the waters with these three.  You have to tweet your novel in less than 140 characters while including the genre and the hashtag #PitchMAS


Hell wants to open the gates of Heaven & spark the end of days, leaving Carri & her Guardian Angel to stop a war or die trying. #PITCHMAS YA


17yo Carri & her Guardian Angel boyfriend are banned from heaven, but it’s up to them to prevent Hell from breaking in. #PITCHMAS YA/UF


Banned from Heaven for who she is. Wanted by Hell for what she can do. An ancient plot makes her a danger to both. #PITCHMAS YA/UF


Which (if any) are your favorite? Pitch 3 is my favorite


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