A Non-Profit Group of Writers Helping Writers
Part One - "How to Write a Pitch" presentation was well received by approximately 80 people, of which, 18 were guests.
Part Two - "How to Write a Pitch" Workshop was attended by approximately 30 people... and ended up going until 5pm!
Anne (A.B.) Fowler, author of “The Jesuit Papers”, and Mary D. Scott, author of “Spirit Driven Events” and “How To Market Your Book” recently presented a free two-part workshop on “How To Write A Pitch” for the High Desert Branch of the California Writers Club at the Apple Valley Library.
The purpose of the workshop was to help those who have completed novels, non-fiction books, or screenplays or those who intend to write such projects to pitch their work to people in position to buy and/or produce such things. The members and guests were taught how to create a specific pitch of their own. The workshop included an opportunity to record the pitch they created, and place their pitch and project on Scott’s new website,
The HD CWC meets the second Saturday of each month at the Apple Valley Library from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, call Bob Isbill at 760.221.6367 or visit www.hdcwc.org