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Free Writing Events 8h
IS COMING! Pitch your in a Tweet, and any likes from agents/editors are requests for more material. June 20.
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Katie Frawley Jun 11
Hey, writers! Check out this short post from agent Tracy Marchini on the top 3 reasons she passes on PB subs. Don't make these easily avoidable mistakes in your stories!
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Carrie Finison 🍩🍩🍩 Jun 7
In honor of , & my upcoming book DOZENS OF DOUGHNUTS, I'm offering a free critique to one writer who: a) follows me, & b) replies or QT's w/the name of your favorite doughnut flavor and/or local shop.
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Cuento de Luz 11h
“A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow." Happy Fathers Day! Illustration from “Could it happen to anyone?” by
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Tina Mowrey 🏳️‍🌈 🌵🦝🦝 16h
If I just type “The End” after the last sentence of my manuscript, it’s finished, right? the ending, over and over again
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Annette 17h
Ad | What Wesley Wore – picture book review and meet the author
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MK Libraries 16h
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Tara Knox Cerven 14h
Can anyone recommend a current children's picture book (last 5 years) that is about a child receiving a gift they don't like? Thanks!
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Woolly Tales 8m
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Erin Dionne Jun 13
Picture book alert!! The talented did the illustrations for BALLETBALL, edited by Karen Boss & out 2/25/20. Meet Nini, who is struggling to transition to baseball now that ballet is over. Sparkly shoelaces and new moves may help...
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Amy Sparkes Jun 12
There's no point in putting suggestions partway through texts. 1) It's distracting 2) The art design team decide where it goes anyway 3) An image doesn't 'come into view'. It's on the page to begin with. Keep it simple.
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Melinda Kinsman Bks Jun 8
⭐️NEW RELEASE⭐️ ⭐️⭐️FREE TODAY⭐️⭐️ Fun rhyming adventure for ages 3-6 =>
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Monica Acker 5h
I have that giddy, I-might-have-written-something-really-special feeling right now after a revision. It feels almost as good as winning a bowl of ice cream.
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Daryl 2h
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Barnes & Noble 5h
could not come more highly recommended by our staff. A sweet and heartwarming tale to read with the . . .
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R.R. Vincench Jun 8
Hi! I had an editor from a big publisher ❤️ my manuscript during . (Excited!) This editor can only accept submissions from an agent & wants to see the story once I have one. Do I mention this in my query to potential agents? And how? Thanks
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Jess the Author Jun 11
Doing some research for a new . This is from one of my favorite fairytale volumes as a kid. The artwork is exquisite.
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Cindy Mitchell -- Book Pusher 10h
Meet Miss Fancy by , illustrated by John Holyfield Based-on-a-true-story PB with fictional characters helping to tell Miss Fancy's story. Fun elephant book that touches on the Jim Crow era ADVISABLE
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Shanie Cooper 2h
"You don’t want to disrupt the reader’s flow by making the font too large (thereby forcing them to turn pages often), but you don’t want them to squint or get a headache either."
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Rediscovered Books 14h
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