If one of your goals for 2021 (Happy New Year!) is to get more of your writing out in the world, consider writing nonfiction for young readers. You’re a fiction author? That’s great, but don't write off nonfiction just yet.
I’ve had numerous agents and editors tell me that they majority of manuscripts they get are fiction. This means that nonfiction is a great way to break into print and to get your name in front of your target agent or editor, assuming that they do both fiction and nonfiction.
For All Ages
A Wide Variety of Topics
Publishers Are Buying
Sue Bradford Edwards' is the author of over 27 books for young readers. To find out more about her writing, visit her site and blog, One Writer's Journey.
Sue is also the instructor for Research: Prepping to Write Nonfiction for Children and Young Adults (next session begins January 4, 2021) and Writing Nonfiction for Children and Young Adults (next session begins January 4, 2021).