Wednesday, 13 February 2013

Twitter Pitch Generator

So you've got your novel, you've got your query and your bio and your synopsis ready to roll out to those agents, but then a contest comes up, and ... it's on Twitter. Can you pitch your novel in 140 characters or less? 

If you're tearing your hair out because you have no logline, STOP. 
Sit back, relax and let one of these Pitch Generators create it for you!

Hope you enjoy!

Pick a theme to get started:


  

Character Journey
Pitch Generator



High Stakes
Pitch Generator


  
Romance
Pitch Generator



     

World/Setting
Pitch Generator



*Caveat: I am not a javascript expert! I tried to make these forms as user-friendly as possible, but if there are glitches or bugs, please let me know in the comments section!

4 comments:

  1. I look forward to trying this when I get a minute! How fun. Thanks!

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  2. Haha this is awesome.

    Hey, I stopped by to thank you for your comment on my MSFV entry. You guessed right--it's a prologue. It's short, so I was planning on keeping it, but we'll see.

    Anyway, enough about that. Thanks again--just out of curiosity, what's your sustainability research on?

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  3. How cool. I'll have to try them. Unfortunately, I don't twitter much so I'll have to get my twelve year old to help me. How sad is that???

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  4. This is so cool! I've struggled so hard with writing a good log line! :D

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