Saturday, January 28, 2012

What's Up the Street for Next Week?

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The pitches are in.

The votes are cast.

The numbers tallied and checked.

And we have a WINNER of the pitch contest. But you didn't think I would tell you right now, did you?

Of course not. ;-) Keep reading...

Coming up...


Erica Vetsch will be our guest here on the Alley on Monday! Talking about the ever-changing swings in the industry.

The lovely Miss Sherrinda is your hostess on Tuesday.


Enter the amazing world of descriptions on Wednesday with Mary.


Nix that passive in your writing with Casey on Thursday.

It's Critique Partners Part II with Krista on Friday. Catch up on Part I here.

NewsStand...


We had a tremendous number of pitches to enter the contest for Rachel Hauck to perform My Book Therapy on the first 1,000 words of your story. But it finally came down to this pitch and the judges (who will remain nameless to protect the innocent) chose...

When a confirmed bachelor inherits his sister's four kids, he knows he can't do it all on his own.
But he can't mail order a bride - can he find one on Craigslist?


If this is your pitch, email your first 1,000 words only to the Writer's Alley email: thewritersalleys(@)gmail(.)com. Once it has been critiqued by Rachel it'll be posted HERE on the Alley--a great learning experience for all of us. ;-)

Thanks all and happy weekend!!

6 comments:

Joanne Sher said...

That is a GREAT pitch! Can't wait to hear whose it is - and to learn from Rachel's feedback!
AND, of course, this week looks great! Can't wait :)

sherrindaketch said...

I love ERica and can't wait to see what she has to say this week!

And congratulations to the pitch winner! There were so many great pitches, and I know the stories being written are going to be fabulous!

Pepper said...

Looks like a great week. Thanks for the updates, Case and the GREAT pitch contest.

And congrats to the winner. I'm sure she/he will be thrilled with the results :-)

Cindy R. Wilson said...

Congrats to the pitch winner! Totally makes me want to read the book :) Great week coming up, too!

Mary Vee said...

Oooooooooo I figured out the pitch winner! But mums the word.
So happy for you.

Jeanne T said...

Looks like a great week here at the Alley! Congrats to the pictch winner! What fun to see the story and Rachel's helps!