I'm often asked how I started writing for children, or what the process is to get a children's book in print. It's a great adventure really! Heaps of fun and a lot of hard work. But practically speaking some people are really interested in the how and what. So I'm running a workshop on it.
When? It'll be on Saturday 19th May, 1pm to 4pm.
Where? At the Koorong Penrith Training Room.
What? We'll cover (almost) everything I know about writing for children. From 'what it takes to write a picture book (do I need to illustrate it myself?)' to 'how can I know my manuscript is ready to submit to a publisher?' and much more.
Cost? $40 per person, this includes afternoon tea.
Bookings can be made via Trybooking. Places are limited to 20 participants (simply because of the space available!)
If you have any queries about the workshop, just send me a message.
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