Learn to Write for Children at the Children's Writers' Coaching Club

Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) July 01, 2011 -- M E D I A R E L E A S E

CONTACT: Suzanne Lieurance

Email: suzanne@workingwriterscoach.com

Website: http://www.workingwriterscoach.com

Have you longed to write for children but are not sure where to begin? Discovering your true niche and learning the tricks of the trade are key components in your success as a children's writer.

The Working Writer's Coach, Suzanne Lieurance is here to help. With 23 published books to her credit, Lieurance knows the tricks of the trade and is ready and willing to guide you in your writing for children dreams. Her success rate in helping aspiring writers become published authors is a true testament to her expert guidance.

Learn what CWCC members are saying:

"Writing for children involves specific rules and appropriate story lines geared to each specific age group. Each age group even has its own vocabulary: Is the word "smuggle" appropriate for a 2nd grader? There is just so much that goes into writing for children and the question becomes how do you learn all the rules, tricks, and answers. Well, there are a number of ways to learn and hone your children's writing skills, but the most efficient and expedient is to find an experienced coach - Suzanne Lieurance's Children's Writers Coaching Club (CWCC) is the place to be. I've been a member of the CWCC for a few of years now and through my membership and Suzanne's instruction and coaching, I became a traditionally published children's author." Karen Cioffi Published author, ghostwriter, and freelance writer ~ http://karencioffiwritingandmarketing.com

I joined CWCC because I have been trying to break into children's writing for more years than I care to think about. Until I joined the club, I didn't know that I was missing key pieces of information. The phone conferences and critiques have been invaluable. Suzanne and the other instructors truly know their craft. The knowledge they provide the members with is worth the monthly fee. Since joining, I have had many articles accepted by online children's magazines. As a new writer, I was encouraged me, while waiting for the publication of my first children's book. If you need help, Suzanne and others are always an email away. I'm very happy I joined. You will be, too. Marge Gower, Children's Author ~ http://margegower.com

"Since joining CWCC, I have learned many valuable tips about the children's book publishing world. Suzanne Lieurance is a pro, after she critiqued my manuscript I made the changes she suggested and much to my delight was offered a contract. Thanks to her help, I have a second book that will be published by Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc. Additionally, what I have learned from the weekly teleclasses taught me how to write articles. The knowledge gained made me confident enough to write two articles that have been accepted for publication with Guardian Angel Kid Ezine. Joining CWCC was the best move I made toward honing my skills as a children's author." Nicole Weaver, Trilingual Children's Author ~ http://nicole-weaver.com

Offering two levels of membership in the Children's Writers' Coaching Club (CWCC) provides instruction for writers of all different levels. If you do decide to become a member of the CWCC (at either level), you'll also have access to a wealth of articles, checklists, charts, free e-books, and other resources to help you hone your craft as a children's writer and learn the ins and outs of publishing for the various children's markets.

Visit Suzanne Lieurance, at the CWCC today [http://www.cwcoachingclub.com/join] and learn all about this valuable learning to write for children service.

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