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If you’ve ever struggled to summarize your book so it fits into a single-sentence pitch, Writer’s Relief has found a plot/synopsis generator from Electric Literature that can help:
The most important part of a novel isn’t the plot, the characters, or the language. It’s the elevator pitch. That one-sentence descriptor is how you sell the book to publishers, readers, and big Hollywood producers willing to shell out megabucks. But how do you generate a killer pitch—especially when you don’t have a novel yet? Well, your best bet might be to pay a professional publicist. Until now.