After a quiet summer in the Twitter pitch party circuit, things are heating up again. The always popular #pitmad is just two days away, with many more great pitch parties on its heals, including #DVpit, #PBpitch, and #faithpitch, to name a few. For those who don’t know, a Twitter pitch party is a way to … Continue reading Quiet summer, busy fall for pitch parties
No matter what type of book you’re querying, it’s a TON of work to put together a query package. There are a lot of factors to consider when trying to find the right agent for your manuscript, but when it comes to picture books, there’s even more to consider. I’ve been deep in the query … Continue reading A Checklist for Querying Picture Books
I’ve updated my list of Twitter Pitch Parties again and the line-up this summer is exciting! Click here to see the updated list.
The List of Literary Agencies Around the World now includes 350 agencies, a collation of sources including Twitter, QueryTracker, Publisher’s Marketplace, ManuscriptWishList, and the Writer’s Market books. It is a very helpful resource for anyone querying. Every agency listed includes a link directly to their website, to aid writers in identifying the agent or agents … Continue reading List of literary agencies now features 50 more
Victoria Loder, Agent with The Rights Factory recently started a new series of tweets called Things Not to Include in Your Query. It’s pretty informative and funny, so if you haven’t checked it out yet, please do. A new series called Things Not to Include in Your Query: Screenshots of your editor saying your book … Continue reading TwitterLit Advice Issue 3: What You Shouldn’t Put in Your Query