Pitch My Book
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Not pitch it out, actually ask an agent if they would like to see more of my writing in the hopes of representing me. Then they will pitch it out.
The purpose of going to the Writer’s Digest conference was threefold.
- Find out what it takes to traditionally publish a book. Steps (lots). Expectations (few). Timeline (infinite).
- Mingle with soon-to-be authours in the hopes of them remembering me when they are famous and saying ‘yes’ when I ask them to write a blurb for my book. I mingled. Now it is up to them.
- Pitch literary agents and get their feedback.
It was an eye-opening weekend. I am further along than I thought and further from where I need to be too. I thank ‘The Twelve’ and anyone else who hangs out here without commenting, for your support. I could not have got this far without all of you. The word blessed is too often used, but dammit, I’m gonna say I’m blessed. Hit unsubscribe if you have to. I’ll understand.
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