Ok, so last week I had so much fun doing first line critiques that I thought I’d take a crack at critiquing elevator pitches. Doesn’t that sound like a lark?! So, for those of you who don’t know what an Elevator Pitch is… Google it. For crying out loud, you’re a writer and you say you want to be published some day? You should know what an elevator pitch is!
Here are the rules:
- Pitch me your manuscript or book proposal in 100 words or less in the comments section of this blog.
- Make it interesting.
- One entry per person. That means one (1).
- If you have more than one manuscript or book proposal pick the best one. That means one (1).
- If you send me over 100 words it goes directly in the trash (see first bullet point).
- Submissions are open Wednesday, December 7, from noon to 8pm EST. Submissions coming in before or after those times will be deleted, unread.
- The pitches and their critiques will be posted Friday, December 9th.
I’m not sure how many entries I’ll get. I’m getting so pop-u-lar these days! If there aren’t too many subs I’ll critique them all. But if I’m totally inundated I’ll only critique a handful. I’ve got real work to do, you know! You’ll know if you’re getting critiqued by coming back here on Friday to check it out. Yes, that is an evil smile I’m smiling.