How to Pitch a Book to an Agent, Editor or Publisher at a Writers Conference

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Cliff Daigie

If you have a chance to pitch your book to an agent, publisher or editor at a writing conference, do it. Here are some of the best tips I’ve found on the subject to help you make the most of it.

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Cliff Daigie

Soon I am going to pitch a novel to both a publisher and an agent at a writing conference. Since I have done this once before when I was extremely wet behind the ears, I figured it would be good to get some tips.

And naturally, I am sharing the good stuff with you, because you might be preparing to pitch.

First things first...

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What's a pitch?

Pitching a novel or nonfiction book is like a sales pitch. You're in a room with a person live hoping to get the agent, publisher or editor interested enough to read your book and consider representing or publishing it.

Some basic Live Book Pitch Tips: Continue reading "How to Pitch a Book to an Agent, Editor or Publisher at a Writers Conference"

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