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Write and Publish Your Children's Book in 2016

The Path To Having A Successful Year In Children's Book Market
Your Price: $89.99

Session Date: December 29, 2015
Starting Time: 1:00 PM EST
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $89.99

About the webinar:

A new year is upon us and you're prepping for your most productive and successful year in children's literature ever. Ideas planned, books prepped for edits and revisions, publication dates coming up, school visits and more. Whatever stage you're at in your career this webinar will give you goals to focus on each month to keep you motivated and on the path to having a productive and successful year within the Children's Book market.

So how will we accomplish this?

In this live webinar, instructor and literary agent Danielle Smith of Red Fox Literary LLC will cover twelve points that will enable you to feel confident setting goals and moving forward with the progression of your career throughout the year. In addition to sharing her own tips and tricks, Danielle will examine the careers of successful children's writers over the years. She will highlight their work, on and off the page to show you examples that you might be able to incorporate into what's already working for you.

About the Critique: 

All registrants are invited to submit the first 750 words of their children's book, no more. All submissions are guaranteed a written critique by literary agent Danielle Smith. Danielle reserves the right to request more writing from attendees by e-mail following the event, if she deems the writing excellent.

Please Note: Even if you can't attend the live webinar, registering for this live version will enable you to receive the On Demand webinar and a personal critique of your material. Purchasing the On Demand version after the live event will not include a critique.

What you'll learn:

How to set goals with your writing/illustrating and which will be most beneficial to moving your career forward
What guidelines within the market to be aware of and how to navigate them
What tricks and tips you can use to stay motivated throughout the year
What marketing tools work the best and how/when to use them
Examples of a variety of successful children's author careers; and so much more!

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Who should attend:
Writers and illustrators currently composing a children's book who want to make sure their work gets read
Writers and illustrators exploring a variety of genres within children's publishing
Writers and illustrators who want a professional critique by a literary agent
Writers and illustrators looking for new ways to refine their story(ies)
Anyone with or without publishing credits looking to set goals and stay motivated

Danielle Smith a literary agent at Red Fox Literary, LLC where she represents picture books through young adult writers and illustrators. Her enthusiasm for children's literature began as a young child, but grew exponentially when her own two children were born and shortly thereafter she began reviewing books at her top rated children's book review site There's A Book. For more than six years Danielle Smith was the well-known blogger behind the online review site There's a Book, voted the BBAW's Best Kidlit Book Review Blog and host to over two-hundred thousand page views per month. Her children's book reviews have also appeared in top online and print publications such as Parenting Magazine and Women's World. As the latest addition to Red Fox Literary, Smith has already successfully sold titles such as SNAPPSY THE ALIGATOR (DID NOT ASK TO BE IN THIS BOOK) by Julie Falatko and THE EVAPORATION OF SOFI SNOW by Mary Weber in addition to over a dozen other titles in all genres of children's literature. For more about her interests and background please visit

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