Submitted "Grandpa's Farm" to The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency. Don't forget to check out their resources tab.
I chose "Grandpa's Farm" because this story seems to fit The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agencies style. I chose this agency because they work with their authors and help with many types of publications including movies. I feel authors should consider paper, digita--ebooks, readers and interactive, audio and video publication. I submitted to Jennifer De Chiara because she's interested in picture books.
I have half of assignment 6, "Rage of a Storm", done. Want to have it finished for author's group by next Wednesday.
I've used editinghelp twice for my picture books. I submitted "Ten Little Gator Eggs" to see if she really knows children's books. I figured since Rubin Pfeffer put his seal of approval on the manuscript there couldn't be too much that needed changing. I then submitted "Grandpa's Farm" as its not been edited and I want to continue submitting it. I'll continue to use her for my picture books. Her prices are standard, but great for very short pieces as most editors want a minimum and she isn't asking for one.
I'm working with another editor for article length pieces. I'll write up that recommendation after I submit another piece. So far I'm impressed.
Took a break and went to the Delray Beach Thursday, yesterday. I sat on the beach and read a book on article writing and watched the girls toss a football in the ocean. We later ate at a really good pizza restaurant. All in all it was a really nice break from the norm and a great way to relax.
Happy submitting, writing, reviewing and just plain having fun.