Bloody Scotland: Pitch Perfect
Bloody Scotland: Pitch Perfect - Aspiring crime novelists pitch their novels to a panel of industry experts in this event.
About Bloody Scotland: Pitch Perfect
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A sleepless night, a nervous breakfast and a hefty dose of tension. All are guaranteed for those brave enough to pitch their novel ideas to our panel of industry experts. However, the rewards for doing so can be great. The likes of Joseph Knox, Matt Wesolowski and Steph Broadribb have all emerged from Pitch Perfect to secure publishing deals and major success. This year’s panel includes Emad Akhtar, editor at Orion; Holly Domney, publishing co-ordinator at Black Thorn Books; Mark Stanton, literary agent at the North Agency; and Karen Robinson, editor of The Times and Sunday Times Crime Club.
Sponsored by Open University Scotland.
If you would like to pitch your novel idea to the panel visit www.bloodyscotland.com/pitch2019 to find out more and take part.
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