First Draught: How to Write the Best Pitches, Blurbs, and Synopses

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Last night on First Draught we tackled the always fun and stressful topic of writing pitches, blurbs, and synopses. It’s one of the hardest and most important things we write (other than the actual book) but it involves a complicated array of techniques and practice to get just right. Thankfully we had Shari Slade and T.J. Kline around to chime in with their experiences in traditional and self publishing.

You now have a variety of options for catching our shows! In addition to watching on YouTube you can now subscribe to our podcast on iTunes or Soundcloud! And if you haven’t yet, stop by our fabulous new website FirstDraughtWriting.com.

Here are the links to last night’s show:

iTunes ¦ SoundCloud ¦ YouTube

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Posted on May 6, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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