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WriteOnCon is a completely free, completely online conference for writers of childrens' picture books, middle grade, and young adult fiction. But I believe ANY writer will benefit from the information there. You do not have to be logged in 100% of the time, and everything that has already "aired" is linked so you can view it at your convenience. The conference is running through the end of the day Thursday. Click HERE to register.
Oh, did I mention there is a critique forum available as well, where agents and editors will be lurking and possibly contacting you via PM if they're interested in your work? Yeah. There's that, too. I honestly don't see any reason NOT to sign up and check it out.
Here are a few of my personal favorites from yesterday's schedule:
Give Yourself Permission by editor Molly O'Neil
Myths and Misconceptions by literary agent Holly Root and editors Molly O'Neil and Martha Mihalick
Writing a Query Letter by author Jodi Meadows
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Revision by editor Kendra Levin
Industry Professional Panel: Online Presence for Authors
This is the transcript of the live chat last night. I think I learned the most from literary agent Elana Roth's comments and publicist Paul Samuelson's comments.
Live Video Workshop With Literary Agent Mark McVeigh: Working With Agents and Editors
For yesterday's complete schedule, click HERE.
I hope to see some (more) of you at WriteOnCon today!