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Kidlit Week, part of our month long 2 year celebration, is still going strong here at Sub It Club. Have you entered yet? We sure hope so! We have prize giveaway opportunities for all of you, no matter the genre you work … Continue reading →
Today as part of Kidlit Week we are happy to welcome author Corey Rosen Schwartz! Corey is the author of some fabulous retold tales: NINJA RED RIDING HOOD, GOLDI ROCKS AND THE THREE BEARS, and THE THREE NINJA PIGS. To … Continue reading →
Today, as part of Kidlit Week, we are thrilled to welcome author/illustrator and Sub It Club member Sarah Frances Hardy! Sarah has put together some great information on picture book dummies that is helpful not only to illustrators, but also … Continue reading →
On Monday I posted How Do Know Your Manuscript is Ready? As I was writing I wondered, how do other authors know when their manuscripts are ready? I asked a few author friends for their quick thoughts on the matter … Continue reading →
You have a story with a great hook. It’s unique and you think it can stand up in today’s marketplace. You want to send it out for consideration and of course you want your submission to be its very best! … Continue reading →
Seven years ago, when I finished my first attempt at contemporary middle-grade fiction, I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it. Submit to agents? Submit it myself to those houses who would allow unsolicited manuscripts? I’d already been collecting … Continue reading →