Ready to query? Join Katie Golding for our author masterclass on query letters, twitter pitching, and log lines! Katie is going to breakdown this part of the pitching process. She’ll start with the short (but difficult) Twitter pitch and build from that to writing a blurb for back cover copy and queries.
Pitches, blurbs, and queries: what are they?
What do they look like?
Why do you need one?
What are the elements of a good pitch, and how do you write them?
What should you avoid when writing a pitch?
Katie has an easy to follow formula and examples to help make you PITCH PERFECT.
Side note, she signed with both her agents from Twitter pitch contests, so she’s a whiz at this!
Katie Golding is a racing fan with a writing problem. The recovering cheerleader lives in a small town outside of Austin, Texas, mom to a future philanthropist, and wife to a superman. Her writing playlists range from 80s love songs, 90s grunge, 00s punk, to new age underground in less time than it takes her to burn dinner, and she is currently at work on her next romance novel—unless she’s tweeting about it.