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JW Members Only - elevator pitches please!

Hello JW members

As per my email - can I have your elevator pitches please for the webinar next week. Webinar info here:

https://members.jerichowriters.com/content/perfecting-your-elevator-pitch-with-harry-bingham/

(That link does work - I've just checked it - but you do need to be logged in to the JW site to see it.)

Rules for the elevator pitch:

  • One submission per person please
  • JW members only (sorry everyone else - but this is a members only event)
  • Max 50 words per pitch
  • But aim for less. Most pitches can be done in <20 words, and often <10

Hope to see loads of you at the webinar. I'm looking forward to it myself ...

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  • Amelia Borgiotti died a martyr in 1643 and couldn’t stop trying to save people even after she became a ghost, but she needed to possess the living to deal with Nero’s curse. 


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    • grotesque genetic experiments and planned slaughter in the HIgh Andes - only 3 teenagers can stop them


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      • In Victorian Liverpool, a gullible youth wants money. A violent thief wants an accomplice. The police want justice. But what is justice?


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        • Hiya Harry

          Thank you so much for the webinar the other night-  really generous with your time and feedback (although possible avoidance of the bedtime saga possibly?! My husband always find things to do as well...! )               


          I have reflected on the DNA of my book (love that term) and acted on your feedback which was- mine had too much going on. 


          Here is another go:

          1930’s England- the world is in the state of flux which allows an interwoven love story to blossom that pushes an artist, a playwright, an heiress and a psychopath to their limits.  Who will triumph? 


          I would really welcome any comments that anybody might have. To me it feels like like climbing a mountain with a toothpick. 

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          • My elevator pitch - my first ever attempt at one - first novel, too:

            "Norwegian actor of Sámi descent falls in love with married British publicist 11 years his senior. Culture clashes, prejudice, lies, ethnically-motivated violence, discrimination and ultimately uplifting love, with a magical arctic flavour. Welcome to ‘The Light of Kautokeino’!"

            (38 words)

            (goes to hide behind the desk)

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