It should be getting easier as more names are crossed off. And this judge subbed to me in last year's PitchWars and is now a mentor.
Ready for another of our little game of Name that Judge? Let's see if this one goes as quickly. There are 34 Query Kombat judges and all are agented or published writers with experience in this business.
Some have agreed to join me and give away a prize to whoever guesses their nickname. You can find their bios at Mike's blog, SC's blog, and my blog. (No, I'm not providing the links. Where's the fun in that? But look in the May archive.) I will provide the list of judge names. Guessed judges are marked off.
|Kristin B. Wright|
|Mary Ann Marlowe|
|Sarah Glenn Marsh|
|Heather Powell-van Fleet|
This judge's nickname was Princess Buttercup. And they have provided a few hints:
1. I have a deep and abiding love for the word "y'all."
2. I have traveled most of the continental US, by CAR. Say the words "road trip" at my house at your own peril.
3. I have an excellent ear for the MG voice because I spend nine months out of the year with, you guessed it, middle graders.
First one to correctly name this judge wins a query or first page critique. Winner's choice! I'll put a time limit of five days on this, but hopefully we won't need to worry about such things.
Other rules. Let's see...
You don't have to have entered or been picked for Query Kombat to play. Anyone may try and Name That Judge. There will be other posts with fresh judges coming up soon. You may enter more than one Name That Judge post. You may only guess once on each post. You must leave a way to reach you--twitter handle or email address.
Damn, I know I've seen clue #1 before. I'll guess Amy Trueblood. (@jenztweets)ReplyDelete
Sorry but that's incorrect. Thanks for playing!Delete
Thanks incorrect. But thanks for playing.Delete
Mary Ann MarloweReplyDelete
It's a different mentor. Thank for playing.Delete
Kendra Young :) @InkNpaperzReplyDelete
That's correct! You've successfully named that judge!Delete