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the 2nd bi-annual #MoodPitch event!

#MoodPitch is Twitter’s newest and coolest pitch contest for authors of completed, polished, query-ready manuscripts. We help you connect with agents via a pitch contest that includes… MOODBOARDS!

These visually appealing images help to depict the tone and themes of your story. So many people love to make them and share them, but there are no dedicated, actively running pitch contests to showcase them for any writer demographic, age category, and genre!

Enter Kathleen Foxx, Jaimie Hunter, and Lula Lockwood, the founders of #MoodPitch. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to bring you this amazing pitch contest to help you on your way to traditional and indie publishing. There is a LOT of work involved and we appreciate your patience as we perfect this process.

Our inaugural event was absolutely amazing! So many writers, agents, and publishers were out in full force on April 3rd, and we have some success stories and testimonials here! We’re super excited to bring you the second-ever event on Thursday, November 3, 2022!

Agents and acqusitions editors will be participating in the events, so please visit the Guidelines page to see who’ll be perusing your pitches. Our list includes agents and editors who have confirmed their participation—but please keep in mind that other agents and editors are welcome to participate, so you never know who you might get a like from! Also, check out the Resources and FAQ pages to learn more about the contest and how to pitch your work appropriately. Writers please note: this event is not for freelance editors to like your pitches and sell their services, so please do your due diligence in vetting the likes you get on your pitches before you send materials to anyone.

Good luck, writers!


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Please read these guidelines before you participate in the pitch contest. Information for writers and agents/editors is listed here.


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Don’t know what a pitch or moodboard is? Hop over to our resources page to help you get started crafting them.


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Here are some popular questions about pitch contests. If you still have a question after reading through them, reach out to us here.

“It’s impossible,” said Pride. “It’s risky,” said Experience. “It’s pointless,” said Reason. “Give it a try,” whispered the Heart.

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Is pitching nerve-racking? Yes.

Is it an exciting way to get your work out there and give yourself a chance? Also yes!

If you’ve never participated in a pitch contest before, you’re going to love it. The best part about it is the connections you’ll make with other writers!