Query Hack: Twitter Pitch, Critique #12 – YA Science Fiction

HEYA, BOOK NERDS! In case you missed it, we have now added Twitter pitch critiques to Query Hack.   WHAT IS QUERY HACK? Query Hack is a query critique platform launched by the iWriterly team where writers have the opportunity to submit their book queries and Twitter pitches for FREE feedback from an industry professional. As part of iWriterly’s mission to give back to … Continue reading Query Hack: Twitter Pitch, Critique #12 – YA Science Fiction

Query Hack: Twitter Pitch, Critique #8 – Adult Psychological Thriller

Heya, book nerds!  As a result of a poll I ran on Twitter, we have now added Twitter pitch critiques to Query Hack! If you aren't already following me/iWriterly on Twitter (or our other social media channels), be sure to come join the fun, as I'm always running surveys and tweeting out writing/editing/querying advice. And, … Continue reading Query Hack: Twitter Pitch, Critique #8 – Adult Psychological Thriller

iWriterly Video: How to Write a Twitter Pitch for Your Manuscript

Heya, book nerds! The latest iWriterly video is now LIVE on our YouTube channel. If you’re a novel writer with a completed manuscript in search of representation, chances are you’ve entered (or at least heard of) Twitter pitch contests. For those of you who have yet to be immersed in the writing community on Twitter, these … Continue reading iWriterly Video: How to Write a Twitter Pitch for Your Manuscript

SavvyAuthors Blog: How to Write a Twitter Pitch

An inside look at Twitter writing contests and how to make your pitch stand out. If you’re a writer with a completed manuscript in search of representation, chances are you’ve entered (or at least heard of) Twitter pitch contests. As my Corvisiero Literary Agency colleague, Kaitlyn Johnson, said in her Writer’s Digest article, The Benefits of Participating in … Continue reading SavvyAuthors Blog: How to Write a Twitter Pitch