The Adventures of a Freelance Writer and Editor

Posts tagged ‘children’s writer’

WriteOnCon

This week I am participating in WriteOnCon, a free online writing conference for children’s writers. The event features advice and feedback from experienced agents and authors. I am very excited to learn more about the industry and to have my queries critiqued. To check out the event, click here.

I also have some other fun projects I am working. As always, I am working on several grants for Cystic Fibrosis Worldwide and blog posts for Mita Productions and Music by Design. I  have a few posts for A Garden Party that will be posted shortly, after the new website is up and running. Be sure to check back for those. I also have a post for Hamptons Chef Society (an interview with the organization’s graphic designer) that will be posted once Peter’s hectic schedule calms down.

Here are my recently published blog posts:

5 Items Every Bride Needs

A Garden Party Interview: Running Deer

I will have links to my posts for Mita Productions soon.

I am also excited to begin working on a few new projects this week. I will be blogging for Outskirts Press, a self-publishing company. I am also teaming up with a nonprofit that offers workshops in acting, digital filmmaking, producing, screenwriting, photography, and editing. The goal of the program is to empower underprivileged communities by strengthening their creative minds. As a writer, I strongly support creative outlets, and I love working with organizations that are making a positive impact on the world.

 

 

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