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Pitch It or Ditch It? All You Need to Know to Score Big with your Book’s Pitch

Posted at Nov 22, 2016 12:13 pm

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Want to practice your pitch for an upcoming pitch session to an agent or editor?  Need help refining your pitch to include in a query letter?  Well, practice makes perfect!

Sign on for this handy pitch practice workshop, taught by multi-published author, Kerri Nelson.

During class you’ll get to practice your pitch (up to 4 drafts with suggested revisions); view examples of the good versus the bad; and polish your skills on developing the elusive perfect sales hook for your book.

Over the past six years, Kerri has pitched more than thirty different books in every imaginable genre (from erotica to young adult) to multiple agents and editors with a tremendous success rate for follow-up requests for both partial and full manuscripts.  She has sold over two dozen novels and novellas in the last five years.

In this intensive interactive course, Kerri offers up the secrets to nailing your pitch, how to score a home run with editors, and how not to get the results you want!

Finally get the contract you’ve been waiting for!

Students from prior classes have sold multi-book deals to publishers, been offered representation by agents, and many other successes after perfecting their pitch with Kerri.

At the end of the course, a surprise editor or publisher will make an appearance to hear and comment on YOUR pitch. Don’t miss this great opportunity.

About the Presenter, Kerri Nelson:

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Kerri Nelson discovered her love of writing at an early age and soon became a columnist for her local newspaper winning the Outstanding Young Journalist of the Year Award for her efforts. After a fifteen year career in the legal field, Kerri fulfilled her lifelong dream of publication and is now an award winning multi-published author of twenty-four novels and novellas.

Kerri is the bestselling author of the Working Stiff Mystery series and an active member of Sisters in Crime and International Thriller Writers. She owns and operates Deep Cover Edits, a freelance editing services company.

Cost: FFP Members:15.00/Non-Members: 25.00

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