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Pitch Wars Ninja Elf Mentors’ picks!

Wednesday, 11 December 2013  |  Posted by Brenda Drake

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I know you couldn’t wait, but alas, all good things … So I won’t go into much detail. If you were the top pick of one of our fabulous mentors, you may not enter any contests until after the agent round. Alternates may enter contests. Not all mentors are sending out response emails. It’s not a requirement and some are busy with the day job and deadlines. Your mentor will contact you on how to proceed by email.

Okay, with that out of the way, give big hugs to our Ninja Elf Mentors for jumping in to snag some lucky writers out of the dreaded contest email (I’m glaring at you Gmail). Anyways, here’s your Ninja Elf Mentors again …

 

amy

Amy Reichert

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Twitter

 

Eden P

Eden Plantz

Website

Twitter

 

Karma

Karma Brown

Website

Twitter

Rae

Rae Chang

Website

Twitter

 

renee

Renee Ahdieh

Website

Twitter

 

steph

Steph Funk

Website

Twitter

 

Show them some love and follow them everywhere!

 

And we have prizes for our top teams from our sponsor!

 

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JenHalligan

Jen Halligan offers literary publicity and a wide range of author services. Formerly known as A Book and a Latte PR (as part of Jen’s YA book blog), the company was rebranded as JHPR in December 2013. Jen specializes in YA and NA fiction, as that’s where her heart is, and building author platforms. She loves working one-on-one with authors and helping them achieve their dreams.

Whether you’re looking for full time publicity, or would just like to schedule a blog tour, cover reveal, or other online promotion, Jen can help! Publicity is not a one-size-fits-all business. A package can be customized to meet your needs and budget. For more information check out the website here.

And check out her book blog A Book and a Latte!

 

And here are the Ninja Elf teams …

 

Team Rae (YA/NA)

– Mentee: Sworn by C.H. McFarland

– 1st Alternate: The Shadow of a Dream by Katie O’Shea

 

Team Renee (YA)

– Mentee: Crow’s Blood by Alex Pierce

– 1st Alternate: Daughter of the Fifth Moon by Anna Bragg

– 2nd Alternate: The Girl Who Was Ordinary, Until She Wasn’t by Janel Comeau

 

Team Stephanie Funk (MG)

– Mentee: The Year of Lightning by Ryan Dalton

– 1st Alternate: Manticore by Gabrielle Byrne

– 2nd Alternate: The Increasingly Preposterous Adventures of Winston Sweeny by Mike Samonek

 

Team Eden (YA)

– Mentee: Finding Simon Hastings by Bryson McCrone

– 1st Alternate: Surge by Kerry Sparks

– 2nd Alternate: The Drumming Sony by Ambiguous_A

 

Team Karma (NA/A)

– Mentee: Field Rules by Carla Cullen

– 1st Alternate: Relative Truths by Tena L. Russ

– 2nd Alternate: If I Don’t Go Back by Megan Cooley Peterson

 

Team Amy (A)

– Mentee: Perfectly Acceptable Woman by Kimberly Emerson

– 1st Alternate: The Sweetheart by Katrina Carrasco

– 2nd Alternate: The Things Between by Ellen Brock

 

Congratulations everyone! If you didn’t make it into Pitch Wars, there’s a Twitter Pitch Party on #PitMad January 8 from 8AM to 8PM EST.  The details are on the contest drop box at the top of my site.

 

 

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