Friday, December 18, 2009

Tricks of the Trade: Learn to Write for Children in Just Six Weeks - Part 3

I'm happy you stopped by again to learn more about the Tricks of the Trade: Learn to Write for Children in Just Six Weeks e-course. Thank you. Now onto the remaining three weeks of this informative e-course.
Lesson Four: Writing Nonfiction for Children

  1. How to write a winning query letter.

  2. How to study the nonfiction markets.

  3. How to Structure Articles and provide sidebars.

Lesson Five: Breaking into the Magazine and Book Markets

  1. Understanding the power of networking.

  2. How to Find Writing Assignments online and quickly gain publishing credits.

  3. How to work with Editors.

Lesson Six: The Final Steps to Starting Your Writing Career

  1. How and Why to Track Submissions

  2. Self-editing techniques.

  3. The importance of joining or starting a critique group.

I cannot stress enough how vital the printable .pdf lessons and audio coincide. It's imperative you use both at the same time to make this e-course a true success.

Now it's up to you, you must take action consistently to turn all this valuable information into a children's writer career. Have additional questions, ask away...I'm happy to respond.

After the 6-week is complete you may opt to continue with the expert guidance of Suzanne Lieurance. This opportunity is available through the CWCC program. More information on this additional exciting club on December 20th.

Best wishes in fulfilling your dream!

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Learn to Write for Children in Just 6 Weeks


  1. Donna,
    I've read all three of your posts about taking this course and I must say, you are very convincing. As soon as I have enough money to take the course, I am going for it. Writing is, after all, what I love doing most in all the world. Thank you. ~ Yaya
    Yaya's Home

  2. Yaya,

    Thanks for stopping by. Glad to provide this valuable info to you and my other visitors.

    Best wishes for a joyous Christmas and blessed new year,


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