THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED The time has come: Pitch a Book, Win an Edit has arrived! I’ve tried to predict and answer all your below: What is Pitch a Book, Win an Edit? Pitch a Book, Win an Edit is a contest where everybody wins, but only one person gets the grand prize. Writers pitch … Continue reading Pitch a Book, Win an Edit
I’ve updated the pitch party list on Twitter and on my website. #SFFpit is just two days away, and Carina Press has announced the next #CarinaPitch. Want to know what else is coming down the pitch party pipeline? Click here for the web version, or see the tweet below. #amquerying / #amwriting / #amediting? Upcoming pitch … Continue reading SFFpit and CarinaPitch are coming soon!
I occurred to me this morning that when I update my Twitter Literary Events page, my website followers are not notified. I always update Twitter, of course, but not all of you follow me there, I’m sure, or the update might get lost in your feed. So, I suppose I should also announce it here! … Continue reading Twitter Pitch Party list updated!
What All Editors Should Do Before you hire an editor, you should always request a sample. There are many reasons to request a sample: To gauge the editor’s level of knowledge and skill To make sure you understand what type editing (e.g. developmental, line, proofreading) they do To develop your working relationship with the editor … Continue reading Free Editing Services
UPDATE 05/18: No one participated in the raffle, so I didn’t manage to get a novel to edit, but my editorial calendar is full anyway with other projects, so it’s better than nothing. 🙂 I have been editing a lot of short stories lately. While I love short stories, and will continue to edit them, … Continue reading FLASH RAFFLE – Win a novel edit!