Becoming a writer is a process. It takes a lot of hard work, practice, do-overs and most of all what my mother called, “stick-to-it-tiveness.” Talent is only part of the picture. You need skills and technique, voice and rock-solid characters that readers remember. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged and that’s where a mentor comes in handy.
Joyce Magnin’s Writer Mentorship program could be just what you need to take your writing and your career to the next level.
Joyce Magnin is the award-winning author of nine novels including two middle grade novels. Her first book, The Prayers of Agnes Sparrow was named one of the top five novels of 2009 by Library Journal and was a 2009 Carol Award finalist.
Her newest novel, Cake (for kids) was awarded the coveted Star by Kirkus Reviews and she has received wide critical acclaim.