Tag Archives: The Jennifer De Chiara Literary

PASS OR PAGES CONTEST

 

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Operation Awesome is hosting a Pass or Pages this month. For this round, the category is  for Young Adult Contemporary novels. Submissions open between July 9 (6am EST) to  July 11 (6pm EST), 2018 This is an opportunity to get feedback from an agent on your query and first 250 words of your manuscript. Peeps, this is priceless! And as a possible bonus, the agent reserves the right to request your FULL.

The participating agents are:

There will be a form for submissions on Operation Awesome when the entry window opens. For complete rules and previous feedback reveals, go here. As always, good luck!

P.D. Pabst
Blogger and writer of MG/YA fiction.

 

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Query Kombat Open Tomorrow!

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Reminding everyone that Query Kombat submissions open tomorrow May 16 (9am) and close on May 18, 2018 (noon).  Michelle Hauck is the creator of the contest and has help from this year hosts Kara Reynolds and Michael Anthony  hosting. You can find the instructions to submit here. The participating agents are:

Whoa! What a list that is! So if you have a novel ready for submission, polish those queries and first 250 words. And remember, this is for completed and unpublished works. And as always, good luck!

P.D. Pabst
Blogger and writer of MG/YA fiction

#PubTalkTV Tonight

If you don’t already know, PubTalkTV is a new place to get questions answered by literary agents. Authors Summer Heacock and Kelsey Macke serve as moderators while they read and ask your questions to the participating agents Monica Odom (Liza Dawson Associates), Jessica Sinsheimer (Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency), and Roseanne Wells (The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency).

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So how do get in on the action? It’ll be tonight at 8:00PM EST (if they haven’t changed the time) on their website (link above). As for asking questions, form them on twitter using the #PubTalkTV hashtag during the live session and Summer and Kelsey might select yours to ask the agents.

See you there!

P.D. Pabst
Writer and blogger of MG/YA fiction