There’s nothing static about a career in writing for young people.
Publishing trends come and go. The landscape of the industry changes. Your own strengths and interests develop. All that has been true in my experience since I began publishing in 2008. But now, I’ve decided on a reassessment of how I connect with readers.
Enter Jane Friedman, a well-known publishing guru, whose advice I’ve been following for over a decade. On August 9, 12pm ET, I will be a guest on her free business clinic for writers, where we will unpack all the questions that have been plaguing me recently.
Here are just a few:
- Does it pay to still blog these days?
- What is the new role of an author website in 2022 that is different from when I started?
- And most important, what is the most efficient and authentic way for me to reach my readers when faced with extremely limited time?
I won’t lie: I feel a little vulnerable sharing my struggles. People assume that after a certain point in your writing life, you simply coast. But no, friends. I haven’t found that to be true at all. In fact, if anything, things have gotten more complicated as the ways of connecting with readers have multiplied. So, what I’m after is a way to do things smarter rather than simply doing more.
If you’re wondering some of this, too, please join us and share in the info gathering. See you there!
You can register here.