Children's Writers Workshops

Show, Don’t Tell – presented by Nancy I Sanders Show, Don’t Tell – presented by Nancy I Sanders

Nancy I. Sanders presents Show, Don’t Tell a RECORDED workshop for writers. Show,... 

The Rule of Three The Rule of Three

Instructor: Nancy I. Sanders, bestselling and award-winning children’s author... 

THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS THE COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS

Instructor: Nancy I. Sanders, bestselling and award-winning children’s author of... 

How to Write a Middle Grade Novel in a Month How to Write a Middle Grade Novel in a Month

Learning how to write a Middle Grade (MG) novel is a big step on your way to success... 

TENSION: TIGHTENING THE PRESSURE TENSION: TIGHTENING THE PRESSURE

Instructor: Nancy I. Sanders, bestselling and award-winning children’s author of... 

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Writing for Children

Renee Kirchner Teaching “Main Idea” Through Picture Books by Renee Kirchner

by Renee Kirchner Teaching Tips Contributing Editor Learning how to identify the... 

Teaching Metaphors Teaching Metaphors

by Renee Kirchner, Teaching Tips Contributing Editor Metaphors talk about one thing... 

Writing for Children And Teens: Should You Outline Your Story Before Writing? by Maureen Hinds Writing for Children And Teens: Should You Outline Your Story Before Writing? by Maureen Hinds

by Maurene J. Hinds, Contributing Editor, The National Writing for Children Center... 

Common Problems in Manuscripts Common Problems in Manuscripts

Since I proof, edit, and critique several manuscripts for students, clients, and... 

Fiction Tip: Do You Really Have a Story? by Suzanne Lieurance Fiction Tip: Do You Really Have a Story? by Suzanne Lieurance

All writers get rejection slips. It’s just part of writing if you submit your work... 

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Resources for Children's Writers

Write a Children’s Book 14-Day E-Course Write a Children’s Book 14-Day E-Course

What are you doing for the next two weeks? Would you like to spend the next two weeks writing… …a picture book for young children? …or an easy reader? …or an early chapter book? If so, I’ll help you do it! In only 14 days! Yep. You read that right. You’ll write a complete children’s book in just 14 days! Here’s the program we’ll be... [Read more of this review]

An Interview with Children’s Author Nancy I. Sanders An Interview with Children’s Author Nancy I. Sanders

Do YOU want to learn to write for children? Then you’ll want to get this book from prolific children’s author Nancy I. Sanders. Nancy was my guest on Book Bites for Kids. Listen to the replay of that interview. Nancy talks about the book and gives some tips for aspiring children’s writers. Listen to internet radio with Suzanne... [Read more of this review]

time 10 Ways to Find More Time to Write

Whether you’re a full time writer or someone who just wants to give writing a try, these tips should help you find more time to write. 1. Get organized. You’ll spend too much time looking for things if your office is a mess. Clean off your desk and keep it cleaned off. Create project folders for each of your larger projects and keep all your notes... [Read more of this review]

Why You Need a Blog if You’re a Children’s Writer Why You Need a Blog if You’re a Children’s Writer

Many children’s authors have websites these days. But not all of them have a blog. Yet, whether you’re a world-famous children’s author, or you’re just starting to write for kids, you gotta have a blog. Why? Because a blog will: 1) Help you get in the habit of writing regularly. And even the posts to your blog should be well-written... [Read more of this review]

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