Hey, Wacky Writers! #PitMad is coming up!
Feel free to use these resources and link your pitches below on Thursday!
by Mari the Savage
If you have Twitter, a completed manuscript and were thinking of taking part, then it’s about time to whip your pitch into shape.
In case you don’t know what #PitMad is, I recommend you check out this article first, from the organizer’s website. It contains all the rules and instructions you need to know in order to participate.
If you don’t necessarily want to do #PitMad, but would still like to workshop your potential pitch, you are more than welcome to do so! Using these rules and resources, try to write your pitch in a post below and I will review it for you, shortening it as needed or providing specific feedback where I feel there is room for improvement.
Why should you listen to me? Well, you don’t have to, but as one half of the Wacky writing-column duo and known as Mari the Savage to my fellow mods, I have become quite adept at doling out advice and chopping out redundant words Nicely, of course!
The Fine Print: You are free to help each other out on your pitches, but this is a Writing Improvement topic, so please, no chatter. I will delete any chatter posts. The workshop will run until December 1st, but I may or may not temporarily close it at times depending on how many pitches I get. My timezone is UTC+2 so if I take more than a few hours to reply, I’m not ignoring you, I’m probably sleeping.