Hey there, peeps!
I saw this on FB yesterday, and I think I’m going to adopt it as my permanent motto 🙂
Think how cheerful we’ll all feel! 🙂
And to make us even cheerfuller (which should be a word because it’s fun to say) how about Something Chocolate?
I was instantly sold on this recipe because it was advertised thusly:
“If you haven’t made brownies in your waffle iron, you haven’t truly lived yet.”
Whoever wrote that, has the same appreciation I do for all things chocolate!
How is possible that I have never made brownies in my waffle iron?!
This is a situation which must be rectified immediately!
So let’s make breakfast, shall we?
Waffle Iron Brownies
I always say, “Chocolate! It’s what’s for breakfast!”. . . and today it really is! 🙂
Now then, onto today’s pitch which comes to us from Sarah who you know very well by now! 😊 Sarah says, “I am an Optometrist, mother, and lover of the outdoors. I live in NH with my husband and two children. I love to paint in my free time, when I’m not writing.”
Find her on the web at www.sarahheturadny.com
Here is her pitch:
Working Title: Hotdogs Don’t Camp
Age/Genre: Picture Book (ages 3-8)
The Pitch: Hotdogs, humans, and bears—oh my! All on one campsite? There is bound to be some in-tents conflict. Three stories in one—with the primary story about hotdogs trying the impossible: to camp like the humans do—explode off the page in this illustrator-heavy manuscript.
So what do you think? Would You Read It? YES, MAYBE or NO?
If your answer is YES, please feel free to tell us what you particularly liked and why the pitch piqued your interest. If your answer is MAYBE or NO, please feel free to tell us what you think could be better in the spirit of helping Sarah improve her pitch. Helpful examples of possible alternate wordings are welcome. (However I must ask that comments be constructive and respectful. I reserve the right not to publish comments that are mean because that is not what this is about.)
Please send YOUR pitches for the coming weeks! For rules and where to submit, click on this link Would You Read It or on Would You Read it in the dropdown under For Writers in the bar above. There are openings in March, so you could get your pitch up pretty soon for helpful feedback and a chance to have it read and commented on by editor Erin Molta!
Sarah is looking forward to your thoughts on her pitch! I am looking forward to Leap Day! What could be better than a day devoted to leaping?
Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone!!! 🙂