What makes a good pitch? Some great advice.

This post has been slightly edited so that direct links are now (hopefully) included.

If you are a picture book writer, and you are not a subscriber to Julie Hedlund’s, Write up my Life blog – http://writeupmylife.com – I recommend that you pop over and check out her posts. This year Julie  features some wonderful guests in the picture book writing world who are  more than happy to share some wonderful tips and information.

Today’s  guest is Tamson Weston –http://tamsonweston.com

Tamson provides invaluable information on what makes a good pitch, what doesn’t, how important the pitch is in terms of introducing your manuscripts, and whether or not a bad pitch can be overcome by a fantastic idea.

Winners for Tamson Weston’s Pitch contest are also announced. Great tips given.

Direct link:  http://writeupmylife.com/2012/03/07/tamson-weston-pitch-contest-winners/

And while you are there, please check out Julie’s “How I Got My Agent” series for picture book writers.


About Helen McKenzie Ross

Welcome to my creative world. I am an Australian actor, writer/ poet and have many passions; some of which I write about in my blog posts. I have a quirky sense of humour, and dance to the beat of my own drum. Thanks for dropping by and hope you visit again soon. I always have tea, coffee, wine and cake.
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5 Responses to What makes a good pitch? Some great advice.

  1. Novel Girl says:

    Damn! I pasted this link: writeupmylife/com/2012/03/07/tamson-weston-pitch-contest-winners/ and it didn’t work. 😦

    BUT … do not fear! I found it anyway.

  2. Helen Ross says:

    Links now fixed. Helen

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