My Experience with WriteOnCon 2018!

WriteOnCon 2018 is officially over, and I attended about two and a half days of it. (Not that "attending" means tooooo very much when everything is online.) And now that it's over, let's talk about how it went! First thing's first: what is WriteOnCon? WriteOnCon is an online writing convention for people writing children's literature. … Continue reading My Experience with WriteOnCon 2018!

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WriteOnCon!

WriteOnCon is coming up! This year, it's running from February 9 to 11, Friday through Sunday. Haven't heard of it before? Check it out. WriteOnCon is a writing convention for children's book authors, including everything from picture books to New Adult. It's also completely online, which means you don't have to go anywhere--just register, sign … Continue reading WriteOnCon!

On Writing a Fiction Series–and How Agents and Publishers Make for Fluid Plans

I attended the New England SCBWI writing conference back in April, and one of the most intriguing panels I attended--and the one that's stayed with me the best--was called "And Then There Were More: The Art of Writing a Series with Agent Ammi-Joan Paquette." I'm a fantasy author, so--be it for better or for worse--series … Continue reading On Writing a Fiction Series–and How Agents and Publishers Make for Fluid Plans

Lessons from the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Conference

So, uh, I've never attended a full-fledged writing conference before. I've gone to one-day workshops (I even wrote a post on the last one I went to, the 2015 Writer's Digest Workshop!) But the real deal? Multiple days, in a hotel? I've... never done that. And after many years of dragging my heels, I finally … Continue reading Lessons from the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Conference