Category: Editor Critique

Today’s Challenge Results: Pitch Feedback

Results of our Pitch Challenge are in! Our team of editors randomly selected five of your pitches. Here are their critiques! Thanks for all the succinct creativity sent our way! The Senator’s Son by Anna Albo Courting the Professor by Jodie Kerrigan Protecting the Cowboy’s Baby by Elle Marlow Pitch Critique Tuscany by Stephanie Payne Hurt Untitled…

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Today’s Challenge: Write Your Pitch

If you had to hook an editor in 100 words, how would you do it? Remember that editors have heard many pitches. How is your story different? What is the conflict of your story? Here are a few tips for creating that perfect pitch: Start out simple and expand: Example: A heroine finds love while…

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Today’s Challenge Results: First Page feedback

Results of our First Page Challenge are in! Our team of editors randomly selected five of your first pages. Here are their critiques! We enjoyed reading these openings and hope you’ll keep going on your writing journeys. Thank you for submitting all your fabulous first pages! On Bended Knee by Lizzie Brooks Undercover With Her…

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Author Challenge: Synopsis Critique Results

  Thank you to all the authors who participated in the synopsis challenge! We had such a good time reading through the many quality entries, and we wish you all the best of luck with your submissions. With a range of settings and unique story ideas featuring celebrity chefs,music teachers, cowboys and bookshop owners, you crafted…

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Author Challenge! Submit Your Synopsis

Are you ready for the challenge? Send us your synopsis and you could receive feedback from one of our editors! No one really likes to write a synopsis, but it is a useful tool for editors. We refer back to them throughout the publishing process: when writing memos to recommend the stories to senior editors,…

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