Are you ready to find your literary match? Join us February 11th between 1PM and 4PM EST for a fun Twitter pitch event. What do you have to do to participate? It’s simple.
Agents and editors post their wishlists on the Twitter hashtag #MSWL.
Writers seeking representation and/or publication post their Twitter pitches on #PitMatch. Only post once per manuscript. All categories and genres are welcome! The pitch should be like the ones we use for #PitMad. Need to know how to do a Twitter pitch? Check out this page here for information.
Two teams of literary cupids–one author team and one literary professionals team–will search both hashtags and tag the writer and literary professional if they find a match along with the hashtag #PitMatchArrow. Each match–request–they create will be worth one point and posted on the @PitMatch scoreboard.
Follow along on #PitMatch, #PitMatchArrow, and #PitMatchPoint to follow all the fun.
Meet the cupids that will be joining me on the author team …
Veronica Bartles – @vbartles
K.T. Hanna – @KTHanna
Laura Tims – @lauratims
Lynnette Labelle – @LynnetteLabelle
Trisha Leaver – @tleaver
Stacey Trombley – @Trombolii
Natasha Raulerson – @RaulersonWrites
Mary Ann Marlowe – @maryannmarlowe
Jeanmarie Anaya – @jeanmarieanaya
Fiona McLaren – @BookOmnivore
Laura Heffernan – @LH_Writes
Rebecca Sky – @RebeccaSky
Margarita Montimore – @damiella
And they all worked happily ever after together (we hope)!
Thank you So much for organizing this. I’m so excited.
I can’t wait! What an awesome team!
Thanks for organizing. What a great opportunity! Can you pitch more than one manuscript?
Yes, you can pitch more than one.
@blackyvy Looking forward to it!
Got me hooked!