Note: pitching services are only available after a manuscript evaluation to ensure the manuscript is ready to pitch.
Step 1: Pitch Prep
Once you have a solid manuscript that is nearly as perfect as you can make it, you’re ready to pursue publishing. If you want to publish traditionally with a publisher, you’ll need to get a literary agent.
Pitching literary agents is a huge step in your publishing journey and can be terrifying. But if you’ve got all your assets polished and ready to go and know just who you want to pitch, you’re much more likely to have success — or at least feel a little less terrified. (Note: I can’t promise that you’ll get an offer of representation, but I can promise that with I my help you’ll make a good first impression on the agents you pitch.)
- A 30-minute coaching call to chat about your manuscript, your publishing goals, and what you’re looking for in an agent.
- Guidelines for writing your query letter, synopsis, and logline.
- Up to five rounds of developmental-level feedback on your query letter, synopsis and logline.
- A list of 15+ agents to pitch and a spreadsheet to track responses.
- A custom pitch strategy.
- A 30-minute coaching call to chat about your agent list and pitch strategy.
- Unlimited email support for questions and concerns while we work through the documents.
Commitment: 4 weeks
Step 2: Ongoing Pitch Support
Keep in touch! I want to know how things are going and support you on your journey to publication.