Posted by: anitanolan | August 29, 2012

Info on Writing for Children Live

If you are an aspiring children’s book author, then you’ve had times when you’ve either been closed out of great conferences, had to travel great distances to hear from experts in the field, or spent a lot of money on fees or travel. Another aspiring author, Kim Taylor-DiLeva, decided to do something about it. 
 
Writing for Children “Live” is a place where you can go to learn from the best experts in the field of writing childrens’ books, from the comfort of your own home.  Experts will share their best practices, training, and experience with their peers, with struggling writers, and with those new to the field
via FREE, LIVE teleconference calls.

If for some reason you can’t make the call at the time and date it is scheduled for, there is no need to worry.  A replay of the call will be made available for your convenience FREE for 24 hours following the live call.

If you missed the replay of your favorite, author, agent or publisher, or if you heard the call, but wish you could hear it again, all calls will be made available to purchase on an MP3 download (after the 24 hour free replay). 

 
Go to http://www.writingforchildrenlive.com to find out which presenters are scheduled and to get information on the free, live training being offered.

 

 

 

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Responses

  1. OK, this is very cool, Anita 🙂 Thanks!

  2. thanks, Anita!

    Joy

    >________________________________ > From: Anita Nolan’s blog >To: joyroxborough@yahoo.com >Sent: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 1:04:29 AM >Subject: [New post] Info on Writing for Children Live > > WordPress.com >anitanolan posted: “If you are an aspiring children’s book author, then you’ve had times when you’ve either been closed out of great conferences, had to travel great distances to hear from experts in the field, or spent a lot of money on fees or travel. Another aspirin” >


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