Apparently, there are fields in which I could be considered an “expert,” like blogging, creative writing, and stuff like that. All of these services can be found on Gotham Writers website.
I’m also a professional proofreader, having spent time working at literary agencies and small presses as a line editor. Again, refer to the Gotham Writers website.
Don’t believe me? Listen to my students:
“Josh was a great instructor. I certainly feel that my writing has improved.”
“Looking forward to many more classes with Josh. Gold Medal in teaching.”
“Josh was genuinely amazing. Positive and present at all times.”
“Josh is a great instructor. He gave constructive feedback and explained every assignment clearly. I would definitely take another class with him!”
I am well-versed in how to approach the querying process. You can get a glimpse in my article, “How To Stop Worrying And Love The Query,” at the Writer Magazine, where I go into as much detail as 2500 words can provide.
I’m happy to share my expertise as a consultant throughout the querying process, from crafting the query, to gathering and planning a list of agents, to how to handle rejection. I’ll walk you through all the resources you should be familiar with—Publishers Marketplace, QueryTracker, Manuscript Wishlist, etc.
It’s a long, arduous process that can be hard to handle alone, so if you are looking for assistance getting through it, you’ve come to the right person. I have years upon years working in this capacity at the New York Pitch Conference and the Gotham Writers Conference.
Feel free to message me for more details on how I can help!