Five tips to help aspiring children’s authors get off to a great start.
Occupation therapist Karen Dobyns shared this fantastic presentation, with lots to chew for educators, parents, advocates and children’s writers.
In today’s diverse publishing environment, getting everything right is vital. Here’s a modern solution – the Sensitivity Reader.
A live discussion with educators who have become published children’s book authors. This is geared toward beginners and aspiring writers, with special emphasis on the best ways to get started as a writer for children and teens.
Getting a contract to create a children’s book series can jumpstart any writer’s career. Here’s the best way to get started on that exciting path.
Teachers are uniquely qualified to write children’s and young adult books. Here’s why…..
To say that Elizabeth “Ellie” Sipila is just a “writer” would be like labeling Emeril Lagasse as merely a “cook”. Like a master chef, Sipila wears many hats: debut author, small press publisher, book designer, freelance editor, and more (http://www.movetothewrite.com). Her debut novel Mark-Napped!, out this month from Pelican Publishing (the first in a […]
Have you ever fallen deeply into a story and emerged changed forever? There are probably moments in the text that stay with you, important scenes sprinkled through your memory. Those are moments infused with emotion. Here’s how you can add emotional intensity to your work.
You’re on a journey to writing success. Here’s a nifty method of tracking your progress to keep you inspired, energized and motivated.
We all have them. Our darlings, those words, phrases, or even chunks of description that we use over and over, often unknowingly. When editing a manuscript, the ability to kill our darlings is a vital skill. Here’s how to do it…..