When an agent or editor asks you what your story is about, do you automatically come up with a genius pitch? Or are you like most of us who fumble around trying to come up with a good pitch using only a couple of sentences? Do the editors’ eyes glaze over or are they focused on what you’re saying because it peaks their interest? It’s hard to summarize your entire story into a few words. But maybe this post, “One Simple Way to Sharpen Your Pitch,” written by Zachary Petit on The Writer’s Digest blog will help. It’s never too late to start practicing that pitch for when you’re at a conference and come face to face with editors and agents.
Anatomy of a book? Really? This is a fun post to read. Who knew there were terms to describe the anatomy of a book.
Hook: Aspect of the work that sets it apart from others and draws in the reader/viewer. -- Writer's Digest Weekly Planner