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Developing your professional "brand" can be just as important as coming up with a great manuscript. by Kristen Heimerl
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Trailing Joy: My Wish For You

Kristen Heimerl

Throughout my posts, I’ve shared my development philosophy and approach, peppering my advice with the useful (and hard) lessons I learned as a neophyte squeezing her way into the publishing industry. Now I’m tasked with the most difficult job of all: distilling the essential lesson of this series!
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Publishing Your Work, Part One

Finishing your story was just the beginning of your writer's journey. Now, you need to get published!

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Hello YOU! with Kristen: An Interview with Author Traci Lambrecht

If you haven’t yet discovered P.J. Tracy—a pseudonym for the mother-daughter team, P.J. and Traci Lambrecht—now is the time. Join us for an interview with author Traci Lambrecht.

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Andrew R. Dinosaur: The "R." Stands For Roar!
Andrew loved to show off his own Dinosaur family talents, just like his father. Sometimes this got him into trouble... more stories & poetry »
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You Bring the Distant Near written by Mitali Perkins

Sisterhood, romance, immigration, assimilation from India, Ghana, London, New York—five women of three generations come of age.

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Ivana Beschreiben edits "The Tardy Horseman"

COMING SOON! CWG Online will be featuring edits of reader-submitted manuscripts! This article (and the other examples) provides a demonstration of how our online edits will work. Our editors' comments on manuscripts can be toggled on and off at the appropriate point in the manuscript, and a full legend of editing symbols is available for basic changes. Take a preview, and perhaps submit a manuscript of your own!

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Writer's Digest

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Highlights Magazine

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The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators

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Stone Soup Magazine

I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.

Louisa May Alcott