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I recently received my 2011 Children’s Writer’s & Illustrators Market.  With it came a free online subscription to Writers Digest.  I was browsing around on it for a little bit and became overwhelmed with all of the resources in the Children’s genre.  Have you used Writers Digest as a tool in your writer research?  Also, any tips on how to navigate this new, beautiful book?  I am starting to go into information overload.  When do I write?!!!

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About Stephanie Dreyer

Stephanie Dreyer is the founder of VeegMama, a lifestyle brand sharing new approaches to healthy living and eating. She encourages her readers to live their best life every day through food, wellness, and personal fulfillment. She is also a children's book writer and mom of three. Stephanie was most recently featured on KCAL 9 in Los Angeles and Chickpea Magazine. She is a contributing author in the #1 Amazon Bestselling Book, Sexy Fit and Fab Sirens. Her new ebook, VeegMama's Guide To Going Vegan is available on Amazon Kindle, Nook, and iBooks. Visit my blog at http://veegmama.com.

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  1. Definitely write first. set aside 1-4 hours to work on writing every day. After that read and research. The best resource I’ve found is SCBWI publication guide. There is a lot of junk out there too.

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