Day Twenty-one of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … Julie Dao & Mónica Bustamante Wagner

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

Day Twenty of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … Sarah Glenn Marsh & Kevin Springer

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

Day Nineteen of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … Natasha Raulerson & J.C. Davis

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

Day Eighteen of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … Samantha Joyce & Natasha Neagle

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

Day Seventeen of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … Alexandra Alessandri & Molly Lee

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

Day Sixteen of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … KT Hanna & Leatrice McKinney

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

Cornerstones Literary Consultancy is looking for editors … and clients

Cornerstones the No. 1 literary consultancy in the UK, www.cornerstones.co.uk – is looking to branch out into the US. They provide editorial feedback to writers and scout for agents and have launched many writers over the years: Sarwat Chadda, Liz Kessler, Ava McCarthy, Jane Yardley, Lezanne Clannachan, and Kate Glanville to name a few. […]

Day Fifteen of the June Query Workshop with Pitch Wars Mentors … Mindy McGinnis & Jeanmarie Anaya

Welcome to the June Query Workshop with some of our past and present PitchWars mentors. From a Rafflecopter lottery drawing, we selected many wonderful writers to participate in the workshop. Each mentor has graciously critiqued a query letter for one lucky writer. The writers are anonymous. Follow along all month to view the query […]

The Writer’s Voice Agent Round Begins!

Welcome to Team Coffeehouse for The Writer’s Voice. It’s been a few weeks of revisions with our team and we couldn’t be more proud of their hard work. Joining Brenda Drake and myself, Nikki Roberti, to coach the team was the amazing Kimberly P. Chase. Since you already know about Brenda and I, go […]

The Writer’s Voice: Team Coffeehouse #1 – DEVIL SPRINGS

Genre: YA Contemporary Word Count: 69,000

Query:

The devil has come to Devil Springs.

Except he hasn’t. Not at all. But try and tell that to Mayor Avis Kneller.

This is not the senior year Mesa Merritt pictured. She’s already suffered through her grandmother Avis’s restrictive dress code and no boy […]