Places to Submit for Free

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Building a resume is important, but it’s hard when so many journals and small publications charge for submissions. Sign up for this newsletter and you will be notified of places to submit for free. It’s an inbox treasure.

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From Suite101, 100 Twitter Hashtags for Writers

Harness the power of Twitter to take your writing to the next level.

Click on the link below. I’m bookmarking it. You might too.

100 Twitter Hashtags Every Writer Should Know | Suite101.

Develop a Slogan for Yourself as a Writer

On his blog today, Robert Brewer offers some great advice. He challenges writers to develop a slogan. This helps a writer develop focus. It’s also very useful for stationery, invoices, business cards and websites. Mine is “Writing for Children, and the Wonderful People Who Help Them Learn.”

The slogan includes my fiction, but also my poetry, nonfiction, and my works for the educational market. It does not include editing, illustrating, or works for adults.

Click below for expert information about developing your own slogan.

My Name Is Not Bob: Develop a Slogan to Help Your Author Platform.

The Write Routine: WriWOPi: Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen

The link below leads to a very useful blog for writers of picture books. The post this week explores the relationship between words and pictures. It also clarifies the role of the author and the illustrator.

The Write Routine: WriWOPi: Sudipta Bardhan-Quallen.

Rites of Submission: Cover Letters and Query Letters

Rites of Submission: Cover Letters and Query Letters.

Great information from Mr. Underdown, a wonderful author, friend to writers, and authority on the market for children’s books.

Check it out before mailing off that query you are stuffing into an envelope right now.