Free Full Manuscript Critique Giveaway

A generous member of the writing community has sponsored a free full manuscript critique for an author who can’t afford editing services, saying, “Writing has helped me through some dark times, and I want to pass on some of my luck to some new writers. It makes me happy to see people like you being so passionate about writing and I want to support that.”

If you would like to be considered for a free full manuscript critique, paste your query letter into the form below. Indie authors are welcome to submit as well–just paste your book blurb and indicate that you’re a self-published author.

This contest is open to writers who can’t afford editing services, so please don’t submit your query if you’re economically advantaged.

I’ll be selecting a winner based on the strength of the pitch and will also randomly select some queries and provide free query critiques. The winners will be chosen by Wednesday, November 24th, 2021, and will be notified via email.

I am also reopening my $50 query package special for any querying author who can afford editing services. This package includes a critique of your query letter, synopsis, and first 5,000 words OR your query letter and first 10,000 words. Turnaround will vary depending on where you’re positioned in the queue but starts at two weeks. If you’re interested in booking a query package, use the form below to get in touch. (This offer will be removed from the post when no longer available.)

To book other services, including a full manuscript critique or developmental edit, go here.

Good luck and may the most compelling pitch win!

With love,

Tory

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