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Finding Markets for Your Children’s Writing

April 2nd, 2014

Children’s writing is a wonderful, magical world. There’s nothing better than seeing happy little faces light up at the thought of hearing another instalment of your gripping new story. You have the potential to transport them to the world you create, and take them on a thrilling emotional roller-coaster ride of ups and downs. Read the rest of this entry »




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Writing for Children – Using What You Know

July 12th, 2013

One writing rule often quoted is to write about what you know. Whilst I don’t think this has to be strictly adhered to – providing you research your subject properly I think you can write about most things – it’s a good starting point. It can be especially useful when writing a children’s story, because you’ve been a child.

I know the world has changed since our childhood, children live in a world of technology, they dress, speak and play differently to how we did. But I don’t think their feelings and fears have changed that much, and that’s what I’m suggesting you tap into. Read the rest of this entry »




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