Posts Tagged ‘#kidlit’

Part Four. What to Expect After Signing a Publishing Contract?

Posted on April 28th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

You’ve just received the book layout, and the publisher says it’s ready to go to print. Awesome, you’re almost there. The book birthday is around the corner and…have you done your homework yet? What homework? All the stuff I spoke about in part one, two and three, remember? Facebook groups, social media Guest posts Reaching […]

Part Three. What to Expect After Signing a Publishing Contract?

Posted on April 20th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

Are you still with me? Now your approximately nine months away from your book birthday. Hmmm, you start thinking about props for school visits and how to create crafts and activities to keep the kids busy. Meanwhile, your social media following is growing. Yay! You’re getting the hang of it. By now you have a […]

Part Two. What to Expect After Signing a Publishing Contract?

Posted on April 14th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

If you haven’t read Part One yet, click here. In my opinion, when you’re on social media sharing your experiences and news or whatever, do not annoy the readers with ‘I’ve got this book coming out soon, and you can buy it here.’ You’ll scare them, and they won’t come back. Giphy credits. Be yourself, […]

Spring Fling Writing Contest

Posted on April 12th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

Kaitlyn Leann Sanchez and Ciara O’Neal are hosting a writing contest this April! Remember the contest runs from April 17th to April 19th. Here’s my entry. Working title: Where Does the Rain Go? https://giphy.com/gifs/water-stream-flowing-wyUehgweohXIQ/links Rain, go away! The rain stopped,  she jumped into a puddle and out came a bubble. Sherry was in trouble. Trapped […]

Maryann Coccoa-Leffler: Will Write For Cookies PLUS Giveaway

Posted on April 6th, 2019 by eleanorannpeterson

I had the pleasure of personally meeting Vivian Kirkfield at the Bologna Book Fair. She shared tips and tricks about the publishing business with me. I left the fair inspired and confident, ready to submit my work to agents and publishers.