Category Archives: Social Media

TeenWriter Tuesday: Making It Work as a Writer While You’re Still in School

Wisconsin teenager Amy Zhang played tennis after school. She went out with friends and did homework. She also wrote a book. A very good book called Falling Into Place. She was 16 when she found an agent who sold it … Continue reading

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TeenWriter Tuesday: 5 Ways to Make Career Connections

Go Teen Writers! If you are not already familiar with the website Go Teen Writers,  I’d like to introduce you. GoTeenWriters offers honesty, encouragement and community to teens who want to be published. If you want to meet other teens who love … Continue reading

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Teen Tuesday: 15-year-old author’s success story

Emily Trunko, a high school sophomore who studies from home, has been the subject of articles in newspapers across the world and is now under contract to write two books. My name’s Emily, and I’m 15.  —Emily She started her … Continue reading

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Monday Advice from Agents and Editors: Fine-Tune Your Lens for Social Media Success

I follow a few author blogs about the craft of writing; even guest posts on these blogs concentrate on craft. Other authors I know have created a following by blogging and tweeting about marketing, the business side of writing, or … Continue reading

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