Auction #1: One picture book critique and a signed paperback book from Anne Marie Pace
Description: I will critique one picture-book manuscript for the winning bidder. I will do an initial critique in which I’ll look at age-appropriateness, language, length, characterization and story arc. I will also look at one revision. The winner will also receive a signed copy of NEVER EVER TALK TO STRANGERS.
Estimated Value: $35
Auction Begins: Monday 3/21 @ 9:00AM EDT
Auction Ends: Thursday 3/24 @ 9:00AM EDT
Bio: Anne Marie Pace’s picture book NEVER EVER TALK TO STRANGERS was published by Scholastic in 2010. She has several other picture books under contract. With other children’s writers, she publishes The 4:00 Book Hook, a free monthly email newsletter for adults who share books with kids. She was a long-time administrator at Verla Kay’s blueboards. She is an active volunteer with SCBWI and has taught writing at all levels from middle school through community college. She is represented by Linda Pratt of the Wernick & Pratt Agency.
Author Anne Marie Pace’s Website: http://www.annemariepace.com
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