Do you hear it?
The wheels are turning!
And you know what that means.
I’m probably – almost definitely – well maybe – hatching a plan!
I’m on the fence.
I haven’t quite decided.
I shall mull for another day or so and if I decide to go ahead with it, I’ll tell you on Friday 🙂
But don’t ask me anything because I won’t say another word.
Here. Put something in your mouth. That’ll stop those questions 🙂
Since it’s technically breakfast time, I thought we should go traditional today and have (Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter) Banana (Bread) for our Something Chocolate. See how that’s mostly banana, which is, in fact, a breakfast food? That’s how it works around here 🙂
|From OMG Chocolate Desserts|
Today’s pitch comes to us from Steve whom we met in November with his pitch for Rashad Saves The World, (WYRI #111) and who says, “I spent 20 years as a teacher of small children in London. Reading aloud was my favourite part of teaching. This means that I absolutely know what a PB, Lower MG should sound like. The challenge is to make my own writing sound right!”
Here is his pitch:
Working Title: Silly Tilly
Age/Genre: Picture Book (ages 4-8)
The Pitch: Tilly dreams of having a baby and her dream comes true when a hatching egg presents her with a fluffy bundle of … crocodile! Everything is bliss until Charlie starts to grow. AND grow. When her friends start disappearing, Tilly worries that she’s next on the menu. But when Charlie invites her down to his cave, she’s in for a big surprise … party!
So what do you think? Would You Read It? YES, MAYBE or NO?
Steve is looking forward to your thoughts on his pitch! I am looking forward to making my decision and telling you or not telling you 🙂
Have a wonderful, writing-filled Wednesday everyone!!! 🙂