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H. Pueyo (main: @hachepueyo) Dec 3
Replying to @LisaAbellera
Hi Lisa, thank you for liking my pitch! You liked another version of it during last month, so I'm just letting you know that I already sent a query 😊
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Malia Maunakea Writes 20h
Replying to @SonyaKenkare
...in the book publishing industry. Featuring a diverse faculty as well as alum, DVcon will offer informative workshops, fun micro-content, and our additional focus will be on community-building and forging connections. "
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Andrea Greene Dec 1
Greetings! Our pitch for a picture book during was liked by . What are the instructions for submitting our manuscript for your consideration? Also, what is the deadline or timeline for submission? Thank you for your time & attention.
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Nisha J Tuli | 🍁 treaty 1 | she/her Nov 28
Replying to @novelorbust
Good question! I did and was planning to pitch the same book again next week. I'll see you there ;)
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Veggie Adventures Nov 28
📚 Childrens Book - Mr Broccoli part of an up and coming series of books from Veggie Adventures
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Maya is currently querying Dec 3
Thanks! Your pinned pitch from looks amazing! 🖤
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Laurel Symonds Nov 30
I am so thrilled to welcome to The Bent Agency! The minute I saw her post pitching her YA romcom as TWEETCUTE x WHEN DIMPLE I knew I had to read more and now I’m the lucky agent who gets to work with Aashna on it!
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Malia Maunakea Writes 20h
Replying to @SonyaKenkare
"DVcon, a product of , is a free, two-day virtual writers conference for self-identifying marginalized book creators. The mission of DVcon is to educate and connect authors & illustrators who have been historically underrepresented and marginalized....
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Jocelyn Rish Dec 2
As a person kind of obsessed with helping people with their Twitter pitching, I love that four of the members of my debut group got their book deals from a Twitter pitch party! Read about them here:
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Laurel Symonds Dec 2
I’m so happy to welcome to The Bent Agency! Her art made me 🤩 and her story made me 😭. And now I feel like 🥰and I can’t wait to share what Johanna is working on. Thank you to for making the connection!
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Bisi J. Jacobs Nov 27
Hi Trisha, I have started to see these online agent pitch events but they seem to be quite US focussed. Are there any British equivalents as I think they are a great idea? Things like and ? Hope you are well x
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Mylan Kohler, DO Dec 3
When a woman and her family are transported to a land based on Vietnamese myth, they must find the Dragon Queen to get home. If the White Witch and her Shadow Warriors kill the Dragon Queen first, they'll be trapped forever.
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Transmedia Mutts Dec 2
We love Twitter Pitch parties! Even more we LOVE hearing about successes from them!!! Join our FB group for videos walking you through creating a killer pitch & feedback from the awesome Mutts on your pitches:
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Eilene Spear Dec 3
FRIENDZONE x THINGSYOUSAVEINFIRE Allie gets through life taking care of her son, Owen and training the world to ignore her. Jake can't, and eventually they fall in love. But a man from Allie’s past threatens everything.
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Reem Khaleel Dec 3
participants, a reminder that even if you didn’t get a ♥️, this isn’t the only way get an agent. Some of my pending response stats for reference: 1 full & 4 partials from 1 full from a query in response to a MSWL tweet 33 cold queries
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Kim Vazquez Dec 2
Replying to @JBennardo222
You got it. I participated in and and got a full MS request from an agent. I’m waiting to hear back. So until I then I’ll sit it out.
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MB Tweets Nov 26
Proverbs says, Death and life are in the power of the tongue... (Prov. 18: 21). The old adage, "Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me," is simply not true. —Faith and Confession by Charles Capps
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Linda Trinh Dec 3
"I am spiritual not religious." At age thirty, I figured out that much, then what? I questioned my Buddhist upbringing, sought answers in Egypt, prayed during downsizing, to find meaning in life. If Eat Pray Love was through the lens of Vietnamese diaspora.
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Veggie Adventures Dec 3
Maise was scared of the dark. Every time Mum turned the light off Maise would turn it back on running as fast as her feet could carry her... To her surprise In the dark, she heard a strange noise coming from under her bed... What could it be?
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Cori Avato Dec 3
Friendship has never been top on Gwinny's mind. She's perfectly happy drawing volcanos-her autism special interest-in her drawing pad. Then her art teacher gives the class a project with a friendship focus. Can she find what she needs to avoid a failing grade?
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