Now Offering Critiquing Services and a Limited-time Special

Since 2012, my professional writing focus has been on picture books – learning the craft, understanding the industry, and reading what’s currently being published. Sometimes I needed blinders to keep my attention from wandering into other things, like running for a seat on the town council or starting a chocolate truffle business or taking up spelunking.

Focus, Carol. Focus on your goals.

I, indeed, stayed focused. And my devotion to my dreams recently paid off when I signed with agent Stephen Fraser of the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency. What does this mean to me? Soooo much, but I won’t go into that right now because there’s something else I’m here to announce.

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© 2016 Photo by Carol Munro

Having an agent gives me extra hours in every day. I no longer need to research agents, editors, and publishers, write query letters, submit manuscripts, and track responses. So before I fill that time by, say, trying to break the Guinness world record for the largest yarn ball, I’ve decided to do something more meaningful while maintaining focus on my craft.

I’m now offering manuscript and query letter critique services primarily for serious picture book writers, but also for writers of other kidlit genres and novels for adults. Click here or on the Writing Services tab above for all the details.

I’m so excited! But to ratchet up the thrill just a bit more – and because May is my birthday month – I’m offering you a gift.

Request a picture book manuscript critique
now through May 31 and save $10!

So if you’re in the market for a professional critique, I hope you’ll use my services, especially if your focus is beginning to wander away from your dreams.

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7 responses to “Now Offering Critiquing Services and a Limited-time Special

  1. Congrats on getting an agent! Green with jealousy here. Okay, it’s just my shirt that’s green. Or maybe it’s because I ate too much sausage with dinner. But seriously, congrats. Your critiques are a great idea. 12×12 is pretty awesome, but people aren’t always thorough.

  2. It’s true – the clock seems to have several magical hours of additional writing time once you no longer have to allocate a portion of each day to agent searching. Hooray! Good luck with your critique service. 🙂

  3. Joan Sloane

    Hi Carol are you still offering a special for critiques? I am interested for my picture books can you contact me by email. How to make payment and so forth. Sorry if I am not in the right place. PS I am in 12×12 also.

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