The NaNoWriMo folks have posted the 25 randomly drawn pitches. Neither of mine were drawn, but you can read the pitches that will be judged here: http://www.thebookdoctors.com/2013-nanowrimo-pitchapalooza. It also allows you to vote for your “fan favorite.”
While I was practicing my “pitching” I decided to quickly write a “Pitchapalooza!” entry for The Dead of Winter (along with the one I did for Atonement, Tennessee). The contest begins with a random drawing, but I figured – what the heck. I wasn’t any good at softball, but I hope I’m better at this … More Pitchapalooza! Dead of Winter
Indie Publishing – My Latest Lesson It’s rather amazing, how much there is to learn about indie (independent) publishing. I’m getting practice with blogging. Now I need to try a pitch. The NaNoWriMo organization had a “Pitchapalooza” this month. It’s supposed to be only 200 words… (Yikes!) This is a random drawing; only 25 entries … More NaNoWriMo Pitchapalooza!
Synopsis: Atonement, Tennessee Look for some characters inspired by figures in Celtic mythology in this urban fantasy that comes with a side order of mystery. It is a dream come true for Ralda (short for Esmeralda). An old estate, complete with historic cemetery, and she’s won it at auction. Okay, she isn’t so excited about … More Synopsis: Atonement, Tennessee