Editorial Giveaway by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy!


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Cornerstones Literary Consultancy Giveaway!

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For those of you who don’t become a Pitch Wars mentee, we have a giveaway from Cornerstones Literary Consultancy.

Cornerstones, the No. 1 literary consultancy in the UK, has expanded into the US. They provide editorial feedback, scout for agents, and have launched many writers over the years: Celia Bryce, Lezanne Clannachan, Sarwat Chadda, Liz Kessler, Ava McCarthy, Jane Yardley, Lezanne Clannachan, and Kate Glanville to name a few.

Three lucky people will win one hour each of free editing with Michele Rubin, Managing Editor at Cornerstones Literary Consultancy, US. ($1000 worth of editorial services.) Only Pitch Wars 2016 participants will be allowed to win the contest. The contact information entered into this form will be given to Cornerstones so that Michele can contact you to set up your free hour of editing. To join the drawing, enter the Rafflecopter below.

MicheleRubin-140x180Michele Rubin is the new Managing Editor at Cornerstones U.S.She was a Senior Executive Literary Agent at Writers House for 25 years (representing almost everything under the sun from upmarket fiction to memoir to middle grade, as well as The Estate of Martin Luther King), and left agenting in 2013 to work full-time as a freelance editor, writer, ghostwriter, and conductor of writing workshops. Her areas of expertise and interest are broad; she is open to all genres. She is thrilled to be working with Cornerstones and will be working away to establish the company in the U.S.





Only those who entered Pitch Wars and weren’t picked by a mentor can enter the contest.

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