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Writing & Selling Successful Children's Books - Critique Included

Make Your Children's Book Get Noticed This Year!
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Writing & Selling Successful Children's Books
with Taylor Martindale Kean
Make Your Book Stand Out This Year!
Your Price: $89.99
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Session Date: Thursday January 14, 2016
Starting Time: 1:00 p.m. EDT
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $89.99
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About the webinar:

The world of children's books has seen more growth in the last ten years than any other category in the publishing industry. Countless articles and op-eds have analyzed booming success of now-iconic series like Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, etc. But while critics are debating the triumph of a particular series, readers - both children and adults - are clamoring for more books that will enchant and entertain them.

But in such a competitive market, how do you make your book stand out as a quality submission? How do you walk the fine line between capturing the attention (and purchasing power) of both child and adult readers? This live webinar will cover the many foundational elements to writing successfully for middle grade and young adult audiences. You will learn the common pitfalls to avoid, ways to make sure your work gets noticed, and receive personalized feedback from Taylor Martindale Kean of Full Circle Literary on your query and first 5 pages.

What you'll learn:

How to capture the attention of your audience - both agents and readers
The key elements to writing a successful middle grade or young adult book
How to balance working as an artist and a businessperson
The pitfalls to avoid when writing for a young audience
What agents and publishers look for in submissions
How to hone Voice in your work, a crucial element of your writing
How to make your opening pages shine
How to make your work stand out in the submission pile
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Who should attend:

Writers looking to receive professional feedback on their work-in-progress
Writers who are querying (or about to!)
Writers wanting to learn more about the publishing process
Writers who enjoy collaboration
Beginning or experienced writers looking to beef up their skills
Anyone looking for that “insider tip”!
About the Crique:

All registrants are invited to submit a query letter and your first 5 pages. All submitted queries and pages are guaranteed a written critique by Taylor Martindale Kean. Taylor reserves the right to request more writing from attendees by e-mail following the event, if she deems the writing excellent.
Instructor:

Taylor Martindale Kean is a literary agent with Full Circle Literary, actively acquiring fiction and non-fiction projects. She is a graduate of The College of William and Mary, where she studied English and Hispanic Studies. Taylor is looking for young adult fiction, literary middle grade fiction, and young adult and middle grade nonfiction, all genres.
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