It’s a match made in Hell in this YA THE GOOD PLACE.
Apprentice Design Technician Eugene is granted an opportunity that any other demon would happily give their horns for—crafting a personalized hellscape for a human sentenced to eternity.
He shouldn’t find the eighteen-year-old murderess sweet or, Hell forbid, cute, but Jenny isn’t the psychopath he expected.
All Heaven breaks loose when Eugene discovers something abnormal about her many murders. Now, he must choose between risking his apprenticeship and possibly his life or saving the girl—who might teach a demon to love—from eternal damnation.
Name: Reginald Lloyd Wilson
Age at death: 47
Crime: Rape, Theft, Assault
Sentence: 1,000 years
Reginald was crying.
Weeping, actually. Rivulets of tears poured out of his eyes and nose as if someone had opened the tap at full force. Quiet hiccups escaped his mouth every few seconds as he tried to breathe through his blubbering. What breath he was able to gain came out in thick, mucous-laden wheezes that sounded as uncomfortable as I’m sure they felt.
Reggie could be such a drama queen.
Pressing my hand against his shoulder, I urged him forward. We were on a schedule.
“Come along, Reggie. No use dawdling.”
We crossed down aisle eight hundred and sixty onto row ninety-nine. Reggie’s chamber sat at the end of the hallway. Engraved above the doorway was his name in dark black letters. Just below it was a timer with the number one thousand. Beside me, Reggie began hyperventilating.
This part always hit the DS—damaged soul—especially hard. As if seeing their names etched above the hellscape chamber made them finally grasp the reality of their situation. They could no longer pretend this was all a bad dream—they really were in Hell.
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Corvisiero Literary Agency
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BookStop Literary Agency
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Writers House, LLC
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Melissa Nasson, Esq.
Rubin Pfeffer Content, LLC
This beginning grabbed me, so I’d love to see more! Please submit your query and first 30 pages via my Query Manager: http://QueryMe.Online/marloberliner
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I responded viscerally to the idea of “hellscape chambers” with engraved names and timers ticking down. I’d be pleased to see the first three chapters via email attachment, sent to jmatt@andreabrownlit, with subject line Pitch Wars 2019 Requested Material.
If my colleague Kelly happens also to request this, please send your materials just to one of us (your choice!) but also let that person know the other expressed interest. Many thanks!
—Jennifer Mattson, Agent, Andrea Brown Literary Agency
Thank you for participating in Pitch Wars! I loved this pitch for THE MANY MURDERS OF JENNIFER AULT, and definitely want to keep reading. Can you send me the full manuscript as a Word doc to email@example.com? In the subject line, please include: Attn: Taylor Martindale Kean – Pitch Wars, THE MANY MURDERS OF JENNIFER AULT. Can’t wait to see more of your work!
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Full Circle Literary
I’m intrigued! Please send the query, synopsis and first five chapters to firstname.lastname@example.org with Pitch Wars in the subject line. Thanks!
I adore The Good Place! I’m very intrigued by this and would love the chance to read more. Can you please send me the first 50 pages as an attachment and use “Requested PitchWars” in the subject line? Thank you! Kari – email@example.com
I am down for a THE GOOD PLACE comp 🙂 If you’ll send the full to Rebecca@reesagency.com, I’d love to read on.