Writing middle grade fantasy, contemporary Young Adult, nonfiction for the school library market, and the occasional Picture Book.
Oh, I thought you were asking this as prep for the NESCBWI thing. And, I was thinking, Kris is sooo smart. (I still think so.) I'm going to ask advice about my SIG on my blog as a result of your blog post. As far as what I want to know... I can't think of anything that you haven't answered in person... I'll come back if I think of anything!
What do you think writers should consider before agreeing to do a work for hire kids book?Deborah Kops
How do you put a work for hire proposal together?
Stopping by to check out your blog and say hello. I'm also participating in the April A to Z challenge. I look forward to seeing what you blog about.SusannePUTTING WORDS DOWN ON PAPER
I know very, very little about work-for-hire. I am interested in learning different definitions and examples. Also, what does having work-for-hire work on one's resume say about one's writing career?
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