I’ve talked about the wonderful author and writing teacher, Jen Storer, in previous posts about ways to boost your creativity and inspire your writing practice. At Girl and Duck this incredibly generous author shares her expertise with those who love writing for children and long to get published.
The advice you’ll find at Girl and Duck is not what is touted over and over again in the how-to books. Jen’s blog posts offer insights from her first hand experience of negotiating the creative process and seeing it through to the success we all crave: publication.
A few months back, I subscribed to Girl and Duck email updates and (so I thought) to the weekly Q and Q (Q&A for ducks) videos, but while the email updates came through, the link to the videos didn’t.
It seems that this is because I subscribed at the bottom of the Blog page. If you go to the About page a subscription window pops up. Subscribing here is how to get access to the videos.
I now have seven videos to watch all about my favourite topic with my new favourite presenter. Oh joy!
If you want to write for children, Girl and Duck is a wonderful place to start and continue exploring how to go about it.
What’s your current favourite writing resource?