How To Pitch A Non-Fiction Book

By Kim Batchelor on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Literary Agent, Research, Writing. No Comments

If you working on or planning a non-fiction book, here are some tips on how to pitch! Unlike in fiction writing, you don’t have to have a complete manuscript to pitch your book; the important thing is your proposal. The proposal is what you will present to a potential editor, agent, or publisher. A good […]


Mad for #PitMad

By BookHive Admin on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 in Advertising, BookHive Corp, Literary Agent, Novels, Writing. 1 Comment

Alright authors, do you have a completed, unpublished, polished manuscript? Are you ready to pitch it? Are you on twitter? (If not, why aren’t you??) Then get ready, because June 8, September 7, and December 7 of 2017 are the quarterly #PitMad events. So what is #PitMad? From 8:00am-8:00pm Eastern Standard Time, authors who meet […]


Interview with BookHiver Tallie Gabriel’s literary agent Alyssa Jennette of Stonesong

By BookHive Admin on Thursday, March 9th, 2017 in BookHive Corp, Literary Agent, Novels, Writing. No Comments

My literary agent Alyssa Jennette of Stonesong Literary Agency graciously answered the following questions for BookHive. She’s full of expert advice for authors seeking representation, killer book recs, and she’s an overall stellar person to know! Alyssa Jennette of Stonesong Literary Agency TG: What was your path to becoming a literary agent? AJ: My path […]


On Taking Professional Critiques

By Jennifer Bowen on Monday, October 31st, 2016 in BookHive Corp, Literary Agent, Writing. No Comments

So you’ve written your book. Amazing! Congratulations! Maybe it’s even your second or third book, you total rockstar. If you already have a literary agent, then chances are the two of you are already talking about how to proceed. But if you don’t…now what? Are you ready to send a query and sample pages, or […]