Congratulations to fellow ACFW/OCW member, Jill Williamson. for her one-sentence pitch winning in literary agent Rachelle Gardner’s contest – see full post here.
Also, one of my fellow critique partners was an honorable mention! I’m so proud – out of 500 submissions!
A one-sentence pitch is often the most important and most difficult part of selling a manuscript. It must be concise but convey the important parts of the entire novel. Try to cut 80,000 words into 25. It’s tough.
These are just more pieces in the novel writing process! Again, congrats!