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    Pitch Pratt Pitch

    Thank you so much for your thoughtful feedback. What a great opportunity this has been. I realize now why some things are not coming together in the story. Below is the reworked version. Title: The Wishing Wall Genre: Historical Romance Length: 80,000 words Author: Clarice Pratt When unruly...
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    Pitch Pratt Pitch

    Title: The Wishing Wall Genre: Historical Romance Length: 80,,000 words Author: Clarice Pratt When unruly Thea seeks aid from a secret society to avoid an arranged marriage, she’s sent the one person her ducal father wants dead--longtime neighbor Viscount Stanton, believed to have killed Thea’s...
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    Goals Introduce yourself and list your goal!

    I'm looking forward to the process of writing daily. I'm having a little trouble navigating this site with my technology. I write Regency and paranormal. And have taken a long Hiatus from writing unintentionally. Very curious about the strategies for writing a scene a day
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    I'm looking forward to the process of writing daily. I'm having a little trouble navigating this...

    I'm looking forward to the process of writing daily. I'm having a little trouble navigating this site with my technology. I write Regency and paranormal. And have taken a long Hiatus from writing unintentionally. Very curious about the strategies for writing a scene a day
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    I think I've finally figured out why it's not working and it means redoing. So I won't have it...

    I think I've finally figured out why it's not working and it means redoing. So I won't have it in time for the close of the class. Thank you for all the comments. I've read the ones on the others and appreciate the suggestions.
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    Discussion Editor Q&A

    A question about submittable. Once a manuscript is declined, do you recommend removing the submission. What is the protocol or common practice?
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    I think I do better with a synopsis. And maybe that's exactly my problem with this story. It...

    I think I do better with a synopsis. And maybe that's exactly my problem with this story. It needs to be simplified. I will fix and post. Cpratt
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    Thanks. That makes sense. And you are correct. Some of it will come and possibly go in an...

    Thanks. That makes sense. And you are correct. Some of it will come and possibly go in an opposite direction. You have given such good feedback (I've read your other comments in other posts), I wish now I would have used the last manuscript I got feedback from Harlequin (Mills and Boon). It...
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    Homework Lesson 3-Clarice

    This is what I got. 1. Opening Image- Wyvern enters through the gardens into a conservatory at a masquerade ball he wasn't invited to attend. He’s come at the request of his betrothed, a woman he has never met. He’s not certain why she wants to meet but suspects she doesn’t wish to...
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    HELP! Stuck on plot

    I'm probably overthinking it. I think the arc isn't right in the end.
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    HELP! Stuck on plot

    I've been trying to work out the plot and can't. I'm not happy with it and feel it's out of whack.
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    Homework Lesson 1 Clarice

    Attaching Lesson 1 for a Regency based on your suggestion. Also, same lesson below. Thanks. Cpratt Title: AN INNOCENT SCANDAL Author: Clarice Pratt Genre: Regency Romance 1. Who are your POV characters? a. Guy Durrant, the exacting Earl of Wyvern, 30-year-old, whose been working to...
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    Discussion Introductions!

    Clarice Pratt here. I have written mostly historical and paranormal although I've wanted to write sci fi. I have had multiple requests from Harlequin, especially in the Historical genre and I'm close to getting it right. My biggest stumbling block is plotting. I have no trouble with writing...