LeARN HOW TO WRITE FOR CHILDREN AND DISCOVER WHAT MAKES A CRACKING KID'S NOVEL WITH BEST-SELLING MG AUTHOR EMMA READ
Writing for children takes a whole different skill-set to writing for adults – so we sought out some expert advice from someone who really knows her stuff. This add-on plotting course contains everything you need to plot and write an awesome children’s book with guidance and advice from Emma Read, author of the award-winning Milton the Mighty series.
Maybe you have an idea for a children’s story but don’t know how to get it down on paper. Maybe you’ve already started writing but need a little guidance and inspiration to get to the end. Or maybe you’ve got a finished draft to whip into shape! Wherever you are in the process, there’ll be something in this course to help you out
Use the advice and exercises in this course to craft a fun, original middle-grade novel that will get kids reading and wanting more…
All with the support and feedback from your fellow WHQers!
LESSONS IN THIS COURSE
FROM FREEWHEELER TO FORWARD-THINKER
WHAT KIND OF PLOTTER
PLANNING YOUR STORY – KEEP IT SIMPLE
THE FOUR PILLARS OF WRITING A CHILDREN’S NOVEL
TENSION: A KID LIT WRITER’S BEST FRIEND
THE END IS NOT
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