Participate in the workshop to learn how this process works so you can write better picture books of your own and better understand the pacing and structure every picture book needs to have.
Online PR News – 05-June-2012 – Kansas City, MO – M E D I A R E L E A S E
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Online Writers Workshop: How to Make a Picture Book Dummy with Best-selling and Award-winning author Nancy I. Sanders
The online writer’s workshops at the Working Writer’s Club are the place to be for varied topics to help you guide your freelance writing career.
Join Nancy I. Sanders, the bestselling and award-winning children’s author of over 80 books, for an hour of learning…and fun! Grab your scissors, tape, stapler, and a stack of typing paper for this hands-on tele-workshop to create an actual picture book mock-up (or dummy). Participate in the workshop to learn how this process works so you can write better picture books of your own and better understand the pacing and structure every picture book needs to have. Whether you’re self-publishing your picture book or going the route of traditional publishers, this workshop will help your picture book shine!
The Working Writer’s Club invites you to join Nancy I. Sanders for her online writer’s workshop, “How to Make a Picture Book Dummy” on Thursday, June 7, 2012 at 3 pm CST.
Topic: How to Make a Picture Book Dummy
Date: Thursday, June 7, 2012 at 3 pm CST
Presenter: Nancy I. Sanders
Cost: Free for Working Writer’s Club Members
Working Writer’s Club members will automatically receive an invite to this workshop and if you are not a Working Writer’s Club member you will need to join the Working Writer’s Club. Details: www.workingwritersclub.com/join-2/.
About the presenter, Nancy Sanders:
Sanders’ is the bestselling and award-winning author of over 80 books including the ground-breaking book for writers, Yes! You Can Learn How to Write Children’s Books, Get Them Published, and Build a Successful Writing Career. She grew up on a dairy farm in Everett, Pennsylvania, with five older sisters and one older brother. She spent her childhood days milking the cows, baling hay, and ice skating in the winter. She also spent many happy hours with her nose in a favorite book whether perched high up in an apple tree or floating on a raft in the middle of their pond. Today Nancy loves to write and is the author with publishing houses both big and small. Now, one of her favorite things is to encourage other writers and help them learn practical strategies to use to build their own successful and satisfying career. Find out more about children’s author Nancy I. Sanders at http://www.nancyisanders.com.
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