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Pitch Workshop Final Day

Hello all you beautiful guys and dolls! Today is the day! It's the final day of the workshop here on my blog. The good news is Jessica Schmeidler a.k.a. The Write Shadow and host of #JustPitchIt pitch party, will be finishing the workshop over on her AMAZING blog! Trust me guys, she offers great feedback and you'll be so happy to have her input and advice. She's the bomb with this!

After much discussion with Jessica S, she decided it would be better for her if the workshop was moved over to her blog. It's been difficult for her to visit my blog. Her schedule is out the roof crazy, in a good way, and she feels it would be easier for her if the pitches were on her blog with easier access for her.

It's been fun this week, hasn't it? I've enjoyed having yo all on my blog and I hope the tips I offered this week helped you hone your ideas and tighten your ideas for what to include in a Twitter pitch. Stories are always three dimensional and it's really hard to whittle them down to a sparse 140 character description. Knowing what to include and how to say it is crucial for a successful Twitter pitch!

Thank you all for participating. If you would like your graphic/bookmark I created for prizes, please email at

ink in the book at g mail dot com (no spaces)

Feel free to use these graphics on your blog/website, as in email signature, or printed as a business card or bookmark, or any other type of author swag you'd like. I just need the title of your book and your author name, if you want that included on the graphic.

See you later, guys!!

Comments

  1. Hi Talynn, Thanks so much for hosting this week. Your questions and advice and encouragement were invaluable to me! I really hope you and your family are feeling better.

    Take care,
    Shari

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    1. Thanks Shari, so much! I hope you enjoyed this week. Maybe I'll stop by Jessica's blog and see what you've come up with!

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  2. Thanks Talynn, You got me thinking about my story in ways I should have been all along. :)
    I hope you'll pop in on Jessica's blog. :)

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    1. I'm sorry I couldn't finish the workshop, but Jessica knows what she's doing. And I'll stop by for sure!

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  3. Don't forget to email me if you are interested in your graphics!!

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  4. You guys did great this week! I've posted an ENCORE! (bit.ly/1gGnsbj) that tells you what I personally look for in a Twitter pitch.

    Thank you for all your hard work this week, Talynn! :)

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