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Pitch Me! Workshops starting soon

There are only three workshops in each category scheduled for the remainder of 2012. We have upcoming sessions starting July 9, August 27, and October 15.

After the last workshop in October, workshops won’t begin again until March 2013. Be sure to pre-register for one of the upcoming workshops soon to secure your spot as they are filling up quickly.

Each workshop (fiction and nonfiction) is limited to 15 writers. Workshops last 6 weeks and are conducted weekly in our new and exciting online forum and via conference calls where you can interact with a literary agent and special guests, including authors and editors who know what it takes to succeed in today’s marketplace.

By pre-registering, you can make a partial payment as long as the balance is paid before the first day of the respective workshop.

To learn more about the workshops, what to expect, and available dates, visit Pitch Me! Workshops.

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Kim Welborn, Christian Taylor’s Bloodline

Working at McGraw-Hill is different from the types of publishers we seek for Kim’s new novel, but Kim is able to draw from her experience in the industry, especially her understanding and access to promotion resources, to make her work the best it can be.

Christian Taylor’s Bloodline is modern day YA mystery/fantasy novel in which seventeen-year-old Christian Taylor finds out that he is a descendent of Jesus and with this knowledge comes unique powers, perilous risks, and the spark of a supernatural battle between good and evil. Bloodline is the first title in a series of Christian Taylor titles.

Look for samples coming soon!