iWriterly's Query Hack: Submit Your Twitter Pitch
Query Hack is a query critique program launched by the iWriterly team where writers have the opportunity to submit their book queries and Twitter pitches for FREE feedback from an industry professional. As part of iWriterly’s mission to give back to the writing community and help writers achieve their publication goals, blogs and videos will be published periodically, critiquing individual queries or Twitter pitches and providing recommendations for areas of improvement.
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In order for your Twitter pitch to be considered for the critique, please fill out the form below.
Writers may submit only ONE Twitter pitch per manuscript for consideration for a critique. Duplicate queries will be deleted.
***Prior to submitting your query for critique, make sure to do your homework! For more information about how to write a Twitter pitch, check out Meg's iWriterly video on the topic:
If your Twitter pitch is chosen for critique on iWriterly (vs. as a written critique on Meg's website), do we have your consent to share the Twitter pitch (without your name) on the YouTube channel?
What is the age group of your manuscript?
What is the genre of your manuscript?
*Note: Please don't simply say "fiction" if you have written a fiction manuscript. Be sure to identify what the genre is (fantasy, science fiction, etc.). If your manuscript is a genre-bender, include no more than two genres (example: fantasy with elements of historical fiction).
What is the word count of your manuscript?
Please round up or down to the nearest thousand.
What is the title of your manuscript?
Please copy and paste your Twitter pitch here. Your pitch should be no more than 280 characters.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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