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Copy of How an Editor Knows Your Book Isn’t Ready After the First Chapter By Meg LaTorre

There are many things publishing professionals look for in your first pages and chapter: voice, storytelling personality, if the story starts in the right place, showing vs. telling, grammar, grasp of the English language, and more. As a freelance developmental editor and former literary agent, I usually knew after the first few pages or chapter …
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Pitch Your Book To Sha-Shana Crichton, President, Crichton and Associates- 2018 Sourcebooks Diversity Pitch

PITCHES ARE CLOSED *All times are in EST Before posting your pitch, read the Official Savvy Authors Rules for Pitching. Then post your pitch in the comments section below. The Editor will read all pitches and notify SavvyAuthors of requests. Pitch Type: 3 lines Looking For: Multicultural fiction and nonfiction (see blurb below for details) Sha-Shana …
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How an Editor Knows Your Book Isn’t Ready After the First Chapter By Meg LaTorre

There are many things publishing professionals look for in your first pages and chapter: voice, storytelling personality, if the story starts in the right place, showing vs. telling, grammar, grasp of the English language, and more. As a freelance developmental editor and former literary agent, I usually knew after the first few pages or chapter …