3 Things I Learned From Entering Pitch Wars

It’s that time of year again.

I’m not talking about back to school, but hooray for that too, I guess (good luck, kids).

Rather, I’m referring to the review and selection period for the current cycle of Pitch Wars.

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Thoughts on Having an Excerpt of My Novel Read By a Literary Agent

I’ve always believed that I’m a good writer.  But at the same time, I’ve always believed I still have much to learn.

At the intersection of these two opposing ideas is the place where I wonder whether, at this moment, I’m good enough for traditional publication.

Whether my historical fiction WIP, which I’ve believed in long enough to have now gone through three (soon to be four) drafts, is now good enough to at least pique the interest of a publishing professional, let alone snag and hold that interest for the duration.

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