Best Way to Pitch/Query for YA series

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Best Way to Pitch/Query for YA series

Post by jmcooper » December 15th, 2009, 3:22 pm

Hopefully this isn't redundant. I hate to post something that might be hiding somewhere in this forum, but I couldn't find the answer, so here's the question:

What is the best way to pitch or query for a YA series? Is it better to include information on all of the books or just the first?

Thanks.

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Post by shadow » December 15th, 2009, 4:12 pm

Nathan blogged about that before. Say that it has potential to be a series but is originally a stand alone unit :)
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Post by jmcooper » December 15th, 2009, 4:26 pm

Thanks! Knew it was probably in the blog somewhere. Is there anything Nathan hasn't written about?
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Re: Best Way to Pitch/Query for YA series

Post by ebradmon » December 16th, 2009, 3:47 pm

jmcooper wrote:Thanks! Knew it was probably in the blog somewhere. Is there anything Nathan hasn't written about?
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I have yet to see a blog about the uses of trained seals... So clearly there are some topics yet to be covered.

(and would trained seals flippers be able to navigate e-readers? Ah, life’s overriding mysteries.)

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