As you know, when I’m not writing, I’m fishing. And this morning, noodling around, a writer friend pointed me in the direction of Publishing Talk Magazine.
What a gem! And this month’s issue, on children’s publishing, is FREE to download!
But wait all you non-children’s writers!
Just hold on a minute ’cause there’s way more to this magazine than children’s publishing articles. There’s information about Pinterest and how to use that in marketing your books. And a writing workshop on showing vs. telling that, let’s face it, is not just a children’s writing problem. And lots more advice and know-how that’s applicable to any kind of writing.
And you can noodle around the website that is jam-packed with writing stuff and even sign up for the newsletter so that when the next issue comes out–and is free–you’ll be right there, ready to reel in your writing gem.
Wheee! Isn’t fishing fun?
Wow! I popped over on the perfect day!
Yes, indeed, Margo! Happy book launch!
Now that was a super catch. Thank you!
You’re welcome, Linda! Enjoy!
This sounds like a gem alright! Can’t wait to check it out! Thanks for sharing, Ms. Cathy C! Yesterday, after a month long blog break I posted some calls for submissions and contests on my blog. Please stop by and check them out! Happy October!
On my way now, Becky P!
Will definitely check this out. Pinterest is one of the social media sites I’ve heard is a great way to connect with readers, but I don’t know much about it. Thanks for reeling this one in, Cath. 🙂 P.S. Good to see you at Howl-o-Weenie yesterday!
Haven’t had time to read about Pinterest, but yeah, it might be just what the romance doctor ordered, Lisa! 🙂 And Howl-0-weenie was so much fun–even if I couldn’t get Dave to get up off the ground and come see Special Agent McGee. (When we got in the car, I fussed about him SITTING on the ground–30 feet away from the cuteness–and he was moaning about his arm. Apparently, Libs wore him out, tugging on the leash. Next year, we bring chairs and hold her!!!)