The Writer’s Platform Building Campaign

Monday starts off with a bang this week!  It’s time for Rachael Harrie’s 3rd Writer’s Platform Building Campaign!

This is a great opportunity for writers, parents, teachers and librarians!

For writers, it’s a chance to connect with other writers, both in your own specific genre and across the board.

For parents. teachers, and librarians, it’s a great way to explore the blogs and books of lots of writers whose work you might not be familiar with yet.

If you’re a writer, I think you’ll want to check it out!  Not only will you get to meet new people who share your interests, learn new things about your craft, and exchange ideas with other writers, you’ll get to join in writing challenges, a Yahoo group, and all kinds of other fun including giveaways of all kinds.

If you’re a parent, teacher or librarian, you can go to the list of Campaigners here and check out all the blogs and books of writers in every category of children’s literature (as well as adult literature.)  Many writers’ blogs have a lot of information on the world of children’s books where you can get to know the authors who write the books your children read or whose books you use in your classroom, and there are often giveaways where you can win books for your personal, classroom, or school library.

I did the 2nd Writer’s Platform Building Campaign and had a wonderful time, finding lots of interesting blogs and meeting people who are now friends.

So go check it out and let me know what you think!

Remember to check back here Wednesday for a new Would You Read It which, this week, is going to include some VERY EXCITING NEWS!!!

See you then 🙂

56 thoughts on “The Writer’s Platform Building Campaign

  1. elizabethanne says:

    Hi, Susanna — Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm looking forward to getting to know you better through the campaign (and onwards from then). I hope, hope, hope my local library has at least some of your books!

  2. clickerbug says:

    Hi there Susanna! Just got your message on my blog and am returning same. I have a picture book manuscript that needs a bit of editing before I can submit it, but there's interest out there. Hoping this campaign might be a nudge in that direction. I've never done one of these before so I really don' t know what to expect.

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