Summer Workshop

Have you registered for WWW’s 

FIRST Summer Workshop?

The very successful author, Christina Dodd once said, ‘Submitting your work is like getting on stage, pulling down your pants, and asking for comments.’ Pitching is the same. Let’s face it; the thought of it is enough to make the strongest shudder and run. 

Ahhh yes, we’ve all felt that pain, haven’t we? Our baby that we sweated and cried over, is now in the hands of an agent. An agent we have empowered with making or breaking us.

What if it could be different? What if an experienced ‘pitcher’ could lead you through how to write your pitch into nothing less than a home run? 

Oh but there is!

Award winning Author Laura Drake, who, by her own words, “has pitched a bunch”, is leading a week-long workshop June 21-25, 2021. She will have lessons for you to complete, pointers and feedback on your pitch, so that at the end of the week your pitch is so polished it shines like a well-oiled saddle!

But wait! That’s not all!

Your pitch will reside in the workshop classroom, where agents have been invited to review your pitches the week of July 15-21, 2021! After they review, they then have the opportunity to ask you for more information – pages, or even a full manuscript. Yeehaw!

Some might think this opportunity would take all your vacation gold, but nope!

Cost for both, workshop and agent pitch, is just $25!!

Excited yet? For more information and to reserve your seat, check out the Member Event page on the WWW website. Not a member? You can join today and continue to receive all of the perks Women Writing the West has to offer. 

Hope to see you there ~ and good luck to all who participate!

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