2 of 9: Writing for Children and Teens: Disclaimers by Cynthea Liu

In this video, Cynthea Liu gives disclaimers for her next videos in this series.

She states,

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.


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