Surviving the Dreaded Elevator Pitch

I posted this meme about how writers eloquently arrange words on the page, but when faced with the question, “What is your book about?” we turn into bumbling fools. The response was unanimous. All across the publishing community writers admitted that vocal pitches aren’t their strength. Which got me thinking, what makes a solid elevator … Continue reading Surviving the Dreaded Elevator Pitch

Reading for Agents: What I’ve learned (so far)

Since May I've read over 30 full submissions for AGENT X. I have learned so so so so so much. Now, I'm a huge believer in the importance of reading good published works, but this has been (and continues to be) an awesome experience. IF you're curious about what genres  I've read:   Adult Historical Fantasy, YA Urban Fantasy, … Continue reading Reading for Agents: What I’ve learned (so far)