Afraid of Conferences? Got Something for You!

I'm not normally in the business of telling you where to spend you money, but I believe the service I'm about to mention is truly worth it:

On September 23rd, Writers Digest is hosting an ONLINE WORKSHOP with CRITIQUES. The seminar runs ninety minutes and is run by Mary Kole from the Andrea Brown Literary Agency, an agency specializing exclusively in children's books for the past thirty years.

For those of who haven't attended a conference, this online workshop might be equally as good: it's cheaper; it's closer; you know the food will be good; and you're going to receive instruction and personal feedback on your work from a publishing insider.

The critique alone is an excellent service. If you've never exposed your work before, if you've been afraid to submit, this, I think, would be a good answer for you.

Here's the link:

Good luck!


Charles Gramlich said...

Sounds promising for sure. I've never done anything like that.

Danette Haworth said...

Yes, easy and promising for writers who can't get to conferences or who might be a little intimidated.

This is the future!