Nano: LotD 11 – The One Sentence, One Paragraph, and Two Paragraph Pitch

Nathan Bransford shows us different length pitch-summaries for his novel. He recommends getting real familiar with your pitches before you query, but this is Nano.

I recommend getting real familiar with your pitches before you write. Working out the kinks in the one-paragraph summary will save a lot of time working out the kinks in the story later, and you’ll have that reference to come back to if you get stuck writing or feel you’re going astray.

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