Writing for Children and Young Adults blog tour

Between September 20 and October 3 Marion Crook, the author of Writing for Children and Young Adults, was on a blog tour visiting various bloggers all over the world, writing guest posts and being interviewed. These were exciting two weeks, and we’re pleased to see that the new edition of her book was well received by readers and reviewers!

Writing for Children and Young Adults Marion Crook Blog Tour

For those who would like to read these fantastic interviews and reviews again, here’s the list of all the blogs participating in the tour.

September 20 Release Day Blitz

Book Room Reviews
Delightful Book Review
Kit ‘N Kabookle
Susan Heim on Writing
Robyn Campbell Humor and Adventure Writing For Kids
Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews   (with an interview)

September 21—October 3 Blog Tour

The CWILL BC Society blog
Aspiring Writer, Accomplished Nerd
Cover2CoverBlog
Robyn Campbell Humor and Adventure Writing For Kids
YAtopia
A Book Addict’s Bookshelves
Delightful Book Review
Kit ‘N Kabookle
Susan Heim on Writing
GeoLibrarian
Shelley Wilson Author
The Write Path
Book Room Reviews
Reader Girl
Mama Reads, Hazel Sleeps
Krysten Lindsay Hager author
Girls Heart Books

Thank you everyone for creating such an amazing blog tour for Marion’s new book!

Writing For Children and Young AdultsPraises for Writing for Children and Young Adults:

Writing for Children and Young Adults is essential reading for anyone who is embarking on the journey of writing a book for children or teens. Thanks to the author’s practical tips, commonsense advice and a broad range of topics, budding writers will have a realistic picture of the skills that are required of a successful children’s book writer.
Susan Heim, author, Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Writers
Writing for Children and Young Adults by Marion Crook inspires, educates, and motivates.
Karen Autio, children’s author, CWILL BC Society member
Writing for Children and Young Adults by Marion Crook is a guide which will certainly help any writer aspiring to create stories or non-fiction for children of all ages.”
Reader Girls
Ms. Crook is a very knowledgeable author who is quite qualified to give us craft lessons. Her book engages in a memorable and exciting way. You can tell she loves teaching writing, and she loves writing. Her style captures you and holds you until the very end.”
Robyn Campbell , author

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