The September Postcard Post: Charlie Eve Ryan

I first saw this month's featured illustrator's work on Facebook and instantly knew I had to see more. Sub It Club is thrilled to welcome Charlie Eve Ryan. Sit back and enjoy her wonderful postcard and tips too! Charlie Eve Ryan is a professional freelance illustrator/writer and member of SCBWI. In 2012, she was accepted... Continue Reading →

Query Strategy: Generosity

I'm going all New Agey-Philosophical today. Generosity. It makes you a better human being, and also, creates opportunities. The first criteria for getting published is producing a quality manuscript. But  don't forget to engage with the writing community. Give, and you'll get back 100-fold. Join professional groups--SCBWI, RWA--choose associations that you will learn from and... Continue Reading →

The April Postcard Post: Elizabeth O. Dulemba

Sub It Club is very happy to pre-celebrate the launch of author/illustrator Elizabeth O. Dulemba's first novel: A BIRD ON WATER STREET on May 7th. Elizabeth kindly took the time during this busy moment to answer our questions about postcards and show us her latest. Elizabeth O. Dulemba is an award-winning children's book author/illustrator with... Continue Reading →

Web-Savvy Agents: 5 Ways to Cull The List

HEY PEEPS! Been, like, a long time... http://youtu.be/c1Hb9ABpyts Amiright? Heather and Dana have been holding down the fort while I attempt to finish my WIP. Always take longer than you think it will. Amirightagain? Anyhoo. Today, let's consider the social-media-savvy agent. You know the one I'm talking about. He or she blogs three times a... Continue Reading →

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