A couple of years ago, I published this article – My Time to Whine: When A Contest Sponsor Gets FED UP!
It primarily described how the actions of some writing contest entrants can make somebody want to stop hosting a popular contest completely.
Today, I’m going to give you some hints on how to stand out in the crowd during your next writing contest.
I recently wrote about the merits of a three-minute pitch, and I can’t stress enough how important a tool this is in your armoury of selling methods. You may never be invited to be a guest speaker at any major event, but few organisers of such would refuse you a three-minute slot. The rules are simple.
Once you begin selling your writing, you have more than just clips, you have reprints that you can resell many times, and for many years!
JM Writing & Editing / Jessica Mousseau – She sent a document that indicates she does have a degree.