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Laughing and Learning with Laurel Leigh

Laurel Leigh helped WWP kick off the year “write” with talking about how to diagnose some of the issues authors are searching for in their manuscripts. Laurel had brilliant examples and anecdotes to share.  Check out Laurel’s website at www.LaurelLeighWriter.com. We had plenty of new members attend, and we bet they learned a ton. Everyone  is waiting with their pens ready to come to our October meeting with Terry Persun on “Exploring the Amazon Avenues for Authors.”

 

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November Dinner: Hidden Markets, Writing for the Non-Fiction Youth Market

Please join us at our next meeting:

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Doors & Bar Open: 6:00 PM

Windows on the Bay
2625 S. Harbor Loop (Yacht Club Building)
Bellingham, WA 

Speaker: Marilyn McClellan
Hidden Markets that Pay:
Writing for the Non-Fiction Youth Market

Non-fiction for children and youth is one of the strongest sellers in today’s market. Join us for a presentation by Children’s Book Council and National Science Teachers Association award winning writer, Marilyn McClellan.

Marilyn McClellan is an educator, mental health counselor and writer. Her articles have been published in educational journals and the Los Angeles Times. For thirteen years, she wrote a parenting column on teens for the Bellingham Herald. She has written three books for Enslow Publishing Inc., a New Jersey firm that publishes nonfiction library books for teens and young adults.  Marilyn’s first book for Enslow, Organ and Tissue Transplants: Medical Miracles and Challenges won an award from the National Science Teachers Association and the Children’s Book Council in 2003.

Remember to make your reservation by Friday Nov 9th at 5pm!

WWP Dinner & Speaker Event: Writing for the Non-Fiction Youth Market

Speaker: Marilyn McClellan

Date: November 14th
Reserve by Friday November 9th @ 5pm 

Non-fiction for children and youth is one of the strongest sellers in today’s market. Join us for a presentation by Children’s Book Council and National Science Teachers Association award winning writer, Marilyn McClellan.

Marilyn McClellan is an educator, mental health counselor and writer. Her articles have been published in educational journals and the Los Angeles Times. For thirteen years, she wrote a parenting column on teens for the Bellingham Herald. She has written three books for Enslow Publishing Inc., a New Jersey firm that publishes nonfiction library books for teens and young adults.  Marilyn’s first book for Enslow, Organ and Tissue Transplants: Medical Miracles and Challenges won an award from the National Science Teachers Association and the Children’s Book Council in 2003.

Find out more details and make reservations.