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1. Middle Grade

Four writing tips to make your middle-grade adventure novel a book children can't put down.


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2. Middle Grade vs. Young Adult

There are several key differences between these two types of novels.


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3. NaNoWriMo

Get ready for National Novel Writing Month.


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4. Middle Grade or Young Adult?

What are the key differences between a novel for 8-12 year olds and one for teens?


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5. LGBTQ Parents in Middle Grades

Here are some tips on how to write LGBTQ parents in your middle grade novel.


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6. Story Holes

Find holes in your story by using a novel journal.


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7. Middle Grade or Young Adult

What are the key differences between middle grade and young adult novels? 


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8. New Agent

Rich Richter has joined the Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Agency and represents picture books through new adult.


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9. New Agent

Heather Alexander has switched from editor to agent and is now representing picture book through young adult authors at Pippin Properties. 


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10. Agent Move

Lana Popovic has switched agencies to Chalberg Sussman and is actively looking for new middle-grade and young adult clients.


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11. Outlining Your Novel

There are many advantages to outlining your novel before beginning to write. 


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12. Verse Novels

Create an image system for novels in verse to tie together the plot and increase characterization.


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13. LGBT in Middle Grade

The world of middle-grade aged children provides many opportunities to introduce an LGBT character.


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14. Chapter Books

What's the difference between chapter books and middle grades?  

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15. Middle Grade Students

No matter what age group you're writing for, it helps to know the characteristics of your audience. 


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16. Middle-Grade Themes

Middle graders learn about these common literary themes in their language arts class. 


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17. Middle Grade Nonfiction

Here are some tips for writing nonfiction for the middle-grade level. 


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18. Middle-Grade Characters

Middle-graders are becoming independent and starting to solve problems on their own or with limited help. 


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19. Tween Voice

To capture the tween reader, your book needs to have an authentically tween voice. 


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20. New Agent

Alexander Slater of Trident Media Group is looking for children's, middle-grade, and young adult authors.


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21. Writing Middle-Grades

Make your middle-grade novel unputdownable.


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22. New MG/YA Agent

Whitley Abell of Inklings Literary is looking for middle-grade and young adult books.


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23. Agent Building List

Leon Husock, associate agent at L. Perkins Agency is looking for middle grade and young adult authors.


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24. Funny Novels

Why you should (and shouldn't!) write humorous novels. 


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25. How Not to Start a Novel

Here are a few things not to put in your opening pages. 


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