Auction #80: Picture book manuscript critique from April Jones Prince
Description: I will critique your picture book manuscript, providing written editorial comments and suggestions, and, where appropriate, a line edit.
Estimated Value: $80
Auction Begins: Friday 4/1 @ 4:00PM EDT
Auction Ends: Wednesday 4/6 @ 4:00PM EDT
Bio: April Jones Prince is a children’s book author and freelance editor. A graduate of the Radcliffe Publishing Course, April has worked in the editorial departments of William Morrow and HarperCollins Children’s Books, and has also been a children’s bookseller. Currently, she works at Studio Goodwin Sturges, an agency that represents nearly 40 children’s book authors and illustrators. April is the author of six books for young readers, including the award-winning Twenty-One Elephants and Still Standing and What Do Wheels Do All Day? She especially loves writing and editing history, biography, and all kinds of picture books.
Author, Editor, Agent April Jones Prince’s Website: http://www.apriljonesprince.com
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