April Webinar: Selling Your Children’s Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids Boot Camp

Kid lit writers! The PSLA team is hosting a Writer’s Digest week long workshop just for you. Please join us! It includes webinars, Q&A and a critique! Monday, April 18: Online Presentation Tuesday, April 19: Agent Discussion Session Q&A 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (ET) Wednesday, April 20: Agent Discussion Session Q&A 1:00 PM toContinue reading “April Webinar: Selling Your Children’s Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids Boot Camp”

Workshop: Selling Your Children’s Book

Guess what’s back! SELLING YOUR CHILDREN’S BOOK How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids Boot Camp Includes: webinars, 2 days of Q&A, a critique, plus a copy of my ebook “Getting Published in the 21st Century” Read more: Children’s books—young adult, middle grade, and picture books—have taken over the publishing industryContinue reading “Workshop: Selling Your Children’s Book”

Selling Your Children’s Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids

It’s KidLit Bootcamp time! Starting June 29 the P.S. Literary agents will help you pitch and sell your PB, MG and YA books. Sign up today! Space is limited. Children’s books—young adult, middle grade, and picture books—have taken over the publishing industry (in a good way). Readers of all ages are devouring the books thatContinue reading “Selling Your Children’s Book: How to Write and Pitch Novels & Picture Books for Kids”

Yes, I represent children’s books too!

I write many posts about adult novel-length fiction, however I do represent children’s books as well and I’m going to share a bit of my wishlist. I am looking for high concept picture books, contemporary, historical, sci-fi, and accessible fantasy YA. The projects I like to work on have a great voice, a marketable hook, and fantasticContinue reading “Yes, I represent children’s books too!”