Thursday, February 7, 2008

Submitting to magazines: part one

Hey everyone, I just read this great and useful posting on Becky's blog. It is part one in a series providing practical advice about writing for children's magazines. It seems it is a bit quicker process to become published through magazines than through a book deal. Therefore, this is a really good way to build up your portfolio and resume. It can really help a new writer get a foot in the door. Then when an editor asks, have you been published, you can proudly say, YES! Great advice Becky!

This is something I always thought, and that little nagging voice in the back of my head has been telling me to give this a try, but I haven't. You know all those recent posts I have been doing about the Universe speaking to you... Hey Becky, did you know you are a conduit for the Universe's voice?? Perhaps from time to time we all are. That's what makes blogging so addicting.

So, check it out! Rebecca's Writing Journal; Submitting to magazines: part one


♥♥♥ A- Licious ♥♥♥ said...

great info!! and yes blogging IS addicting!


Chris Eldin said...

LOL! What a coincidence!!!

Hope you will see my writing exercise for today!

Sheri Perl-Oshins said...

So the Universe does speak through all of us!!!

Rachel Hamby said...

Magazines are a great way to get some publishing credits. I have a short piece out to Ladybug now. I hope to do more magazine subing this year.

Sheri Perl-Oshins said...

So I hear, Rachel! I am excited about this new venture. Congrats on Ladybug. Thanks to Becky for posting it!

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