Children's authors, critique partners, and friends (Bonnie Clark and Shanda McCloskey) talk about their (detailed) workflow processes from the moment a school reaches out with interest in having them present to students to the day of the event.
The last episode was about reaching out and hopefully getting a few “bites” from schools wanting to schedule an author visit with you. And let’s say it worked! A school has contacted you saying they’d love you to come speak to their students. Super! ... Now what? What exactly should you do next?
For this episode, Shanda and Bonnie share their different workflow processes they have put in place starting from the first inquiry email from a school. Hopefully, you authors can take some of what you hear today on this episode and use it to build/tweak your own unique visit planning workflow process. There’s probably a thousand different ways you can handle this stuff. This is just what is working for them… for now. We hope you enjoy the listen!
Kid book review by Amera Clark.
Resources and books mentioned in this episode (with affiliate links that help support this podcast):
Taste Your Words by Bonnie Clark (Author) Todd Bright (Illustrator)
Where to find us:
- Bonnie: https://bonnieclarkbooks.com/
Facebook and instagram: @bonnieclarkbooks
- Shanda: https://www.shandamc.com/
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Thanks for listening to the 20th episode of the Author Visit Podcast!