I want to share a short but important update with everyone here at NovelPitch. I had the opportunity to talk with Rebecca Heyman, the director of The Work Conference about their upcoming event in March of 2016 and they have provided Novel Pitch with a wonderful special offer, but you need to act now. You don’t want to miss out on this!
What is The Work Conference you ask? Great question!
This is the inaugural year of a boutique writer’s conference designed to put 30 un-agented writers together with a handful of the best agents and editors in the industry for an intensive weekend focused. This is not a pitch conference, but a deluxe master class for folks who are ready to query. There is so much more to say about The Work that I have two additional posts coming out about this conference in the next few weeks, but since they provided such a special discount I wanted to get that out to you all first.
So tell me about the discount!
Patience! There are a few more things you need to know first. The Work Conference will be selecting authors based on an application process. The application requires the first ten pages of your manuscript and a query letter. All applications will be reviewed by a professional editor and even if you are not selected you will receive notes on your pages and letter.
Let me repeat that. ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REVIEWED BY A PROFESSIONAL EDITOR AND WILL RECEIVE NOTES, even if you aren’t invited to join the conference. You get the professional review for the price of your application fee (50$ before the discount). Even if you don’t get into the conference there is a real value for everyone who applies.
Now to sweeten the deal;
The Work Conference has provided Novel Pitch with a $10 discount for all applications. You must use the link below to receive this discount. In addition, if you apply before November 15 and are invited to attend you will receive an additional discount of $150 off the total cost of the conference.
Here is the link to the Discount. Get those applications in by November 15th, and good luck!
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