As a writer, one of the hardest things can be preparing your book to pitch to an editor or agent. You slave away for hours, months, and even years until your polished and perfect.
Then it all comes down to putting 50,000, 70,000, or 100,000 and more words down into one summarized sentence.
How do you do that?
Any experienced writer will tell you it comes with time and practice, but the inexperienced writer to get started, it's not so easy and can become faustrating.
That's why I recommend anyone trying to write a pitch line for a novel or screenplay to read this article:
Got your pitch line, working on your own? Post it here, I'd love to read it. I'll share my own once I've perfected it.
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