Monday, June 23, 2014

Online Workshops on Writing for Children

I'll be teaching a webinar (online workshop) next month:

You Can Write for Children

Remember the magic of bedtime stories? When you write for children, you have the most appreciative audience in the world. But to reach that audience, you need to understand the business of writing for children, including the requirements for different genres, age ranges, and markets. You also need to write fresh, dynamic stories, whether you’re writing rhymed picture books or middle grade mysteries or edgy teen novels. 

In this hands-on workshop, we’ll explore how to do all of that. Cost is $99. Participants also have the option of getting personal feedback on their homework for an additional $49. 

This class is both for beginning and experienced writers looking to build skill and learn more about the publishing environment for children's book authors. 

The class meets on three Wednesdays, July 9th, July 16th, July 23rd, 1 pm - 2:30 pm EDT/10 am - 11:30 am PDT. Recordings will be available to class participants, both for review and for anyone who can’t attend a session live.

For a complete description of the three-week workshop, or to sign up, click here.

If you are not familiar with webinars, or if you are concerned about your technology, get a free preview Wednesday, June 25th 1 pm EDT/10 am PDT:

Five Myths about Writing for Children

In this session, we'll be discussing some of the common pitfalls standing in the way of prospective children's book authors. 

We'll then have some open Q&A with author Chris Eboch, so please come prepared with your questions about the art and business of publishing children's literature. 

RSVP to get access information here.

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