I didn’t want to write this blog post. I thought about starting it so many times but kept putting it off. This was supposed to be my “how I got my agent” post. Or so I’d hoped. Logically I know that Pitch Wars isn’t a silver bullet and many mentees don’t end up getting an… Continue reading Pitch Wars: Once the applause have faded
Pitch Wars nears its end. The showcase is just around the corner. The best way I can sum it up is to say, “Wow! What a journey.” I’ve learned so much and my manuscript, Ilya’s Gambit, has come so far. No matter how the showcase turns out, I’m proud of what I’ve been able to… Continue reading Pitch Wars 2019: Nearing the finish line
I’ve never been a big fan of new year resolutions. Rather than setting arbitrary goals for the year to come, I prefer to reflect back on the past year and all that I was able to accomplish. This year has been momentous for both my life and my writing career. On the personal side, I… Continue reading 2019: A Year in Review
I’ve spent the last month or so working on intense revisions to Ilya’s Gambit as part of my Pitch Wars mentorship. It’s been a lot of work so far—hours every day—but I’ve finally reached that point where I can’t think of any other developmental changes or tweaks I want to make right now. Of course,… Continue reading Pitch Wars 2019: Revisions Update
Once the shock of getting chosen for Pitch Wars finally wears off, the real work begins. If you’re caught up on my posts, you’ll know that a few weeks ago I received the incredible news that I would be mentored by Maxym Martineau as part of the Pitch Wars class of 2019. Maxym reached out… Continue reading Pitch Wars 2019: The Revision Plan
I am thrilled to say that I’m now a member of the Pitch Wars class of 2019 and will be mentored by the amazing Maxym Martineau! If you’re unfamiliar with Pitch Wars you can learn more about it on their website. This was not my first time entering Pitch Wars. I entered last year, and… Continue reading I’m a Pitch Wars 2019 mentee!