If You Wish for Rhyming Glory, You Must Focus on The Story!
Writing in Rhyme
Many writers love to write in rhyme, want to write in rhyme, but are afraid to write in rhyme because agents and editors consistently say they don't want rhyming manuscripts. Yet, rhyming books are published every year. What gives?
If you want to succeed writing rhyme, you MUST make it great.
Luckily, Bestselling rhyming author Sue Fliess shares her secrets for writing rhyme in this course, including:
- Why you need to know your story first
- How to decide if rhyme is right for your story
- Rhyming pitfalls
- Pro tips and resources for rhymers
Plus a great discussion during a Q & A
Sue's picture books have received honors from the Society of Children's Books Writers and Illustrators, have been used as curriculum tools in schools, in museum educational programs, have been named to many 'Best Books' lists and have even been translated into French and Chinese. Two of Sue's books were chosen for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
After spending 17 years in sunny Northern California, Sue's family moved to beautiful Northern Virginia, where they live with
their English Labradors Charlie and Truman, and way too many mosquitoes.