In this video, Cynthea Liu gives disclaimers for her next videos in this series.
1. Apply your own thoughts to advice you get from anyone. I only speak from my perspective and not others. Do not cling on to hard-and-fast rules that will send you down rabbit-holes.
2. This is completely UNCUT and my first series of video posts about Writing for Children and Teens – please comment on the post if anything is unclear or if I’ve missed something or if something just plain seems wrong.
3. You might want to know where I am. I’m in Chicago.
The Table of Contents of the video series:
1. Writing for Multiple Formats: Introduction
2. What You Should Remember When Hearing Advice about this Topic: Disclaimers
3. Writing for Multiple Formats: The Benefits
4. How to Write for Multiple Formats: The Factors (What to Study)
5. The Factors: Age of Main Character
6. The Factors: Complexity: (Word Count, Plotting, etc.)
7. The Factors: Structure (Differences among the formats)
8. The Factors: Style
9. The Factors: Theme and Content
Note: I would also like to add that I am speaking from the perspective of my experience with the major trade FICTION market which is comprised of publishers like S&S and Penguin Random.