Make Your Mark Looking for a way to express yourself? Need some extra spending money? Do you want to beef up that college application package? Look no further than this book. With advice on how to write newspaper and magazine features, Web blogs, music and movie reviews, novels, graphic novels, short stories, and more, the father-daughter team of Timothy and Elizabeth Harper shows that it's possible for anyone who writes well to get published. Topics include: Am How to find subjects to write about Am Learning productive research and writing habits Am Identifying the best market for your work Am Managing your career Am And so much more With practical information on every step of the writing process, writing samples, personal anecdotes, tips from the pros, profiles on young authors such as Christopher Paolini and Zoe Trope, and a resource section, Your Name in Print has all the tools and advice young writers need to break into the writing world.A Teena#39;s Guide to Publishing for Fun, Profit and Academic Success Timothy Harper, Elizabeth Harper ... Our conversation got Michaela#39;s thoughts moving in the right direction so that he could translate his answers to me into carefully written responses. He did a good job ... About a month later, another neighbor asked me to help her daughter who was also applying to a private high school. The application was due in a few days, and everything but the essay was ready to go. Brenleighanbsp;...
|Title||:||Your Name in Print|
|Author||:||Timothy Harper, Elizabeth Harper|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2005-06-01|