Shelley Watters is sponsoring a Twitter pitch contest. Particiapants are required to post a one sentence, 140 character or less pitch.
Easy peasy, right?
So why put myself through the agony? (Other than the fact it’s really good to have a one sentence pitch?) The winner gets a FULL REQUEST from Suzie Townsend of Fine Print Literary.
Genre: YA Science Fiction
Word count: 84,ooo
One sentence pitch: UPDATED PITCH BELOW
Guilt ridden Julia falls for boy who says her friend’s alive- in a universe where 2 boys who loved Julia’s alt self help J run for her life
One character to spare!
So, what do you think? I have until Monday to perfect it. Suggestions and comments greatly appreciated!
Julia lives with the guilt of killing her best friend, until she falls for a boy who says her friend is still alive – in another universe.
Elizabeth Briggs gets complete and full credit for the updated one!