Wednesday, April 7, 2010

It's Writer's Wednesday -- here some Helpful Writing Tips.

Children's magazines are great places to be published. You'll find up-to-date information on many of the best-known periodicals in the April 1st post titled Magazine Submissions at Pen and Ink. Susan Berger provides a brief summary for all of you with a poem, article, etc. that's looking for a home.

At Tales from the Rushmore Kid, the blog of Tina Nichols Coury, agent Mark McVeigh shared a Revision Tip of the Day. You can find more of Mark's wisdom at The McVeigh Agency Blog.

Writers are always urged to know the Children's Book Market. What better place to find information then at the Publisher's Weekly post on Children's Bestsellers 2009.

While we are on the subject of marketing, every writer must be prepared to get out there and talk to the public. For writers of children's books, that can often mean school visits. There is a great March 19th post on the topic by Jacqueline Vick titled The Challenges of Putting on a Children's Literacy Presentation at Writers in Residence.

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