You read through 99 synopses, kept your sense of humor and gave every one the attention it deserved. You let the horrible ones writhe in peace, found something encouraging to say about the semi-horrible ones, and spotted all the hidden gems.
I wish there were a way to make a television show out of this, because it struck me as being very much like "American Idol" for the book-writing set. You would make a wonderful Simon Cowell. I wonder who would be the counterparts of Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson?
The other thing I wish is that you could follow up on the progress of the 99 brave writers. Please tell us in your blog if you hear about any of them getting book contracts! There are a couple of them whose novels I would run out and buy if they got published.
Ok, Snarklings, one and all! If you ran your stuff through any edition of the Crapometer- first page, cover letter, synopses-- and it got your work looked at, let us know!
We're waiting breathlessly!
And Miss Snark does like this idea of TV. The part of Miss Snark could be played by...Nora Desmond.