This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark. I am not an editor, publisher, or an agent. I am a writer who enjoys sharing submission information I find on the web with other writers. 

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Thriving Family: Tween Articles

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 24, 2013

Thriving Family Magazine: Tween Articles

http://www.thrivingfamily.com/extra/call-for-submissions

(For tween Ages 8- to 12-year-olds)

Active Listening: Sometimes tweens talk and listen better when they are doing something besides sitting and looking you in the face. What one great way do you get your tween to want to tell you about things in his/her life?

Word Count: 130-250 words

Know Your Kid’s Friends: Friends are at the top of a tween’s list of important people. So it makes sense that you should know the people who influence your child the most. What strategies can you pass on to other parents who want to engage the friends who are part of their tweens’ lives?

Word Count: 130-250 words

Privacy vs. Family Engagement: Tweens have an increased need for privacy. But while respecting privacy is important, so is keeping your child in touch with and engaged in family life. Tell us your creative solution for helping your teen maintain the balance between privacy and family engagement.

No More Eye Rolling! To a young child, Mom and Dad are heros. But at some point (often during the tween years), some of that reverence may be replaced by bad attitudes, dramatic sighs and yes—the dreaded eye rolling! What practical, creative tip do you have for keeping tween attitudes in check and reminding tweens that they haven't outgrown the need to respect authority—without resorting to lectures that your tween will likely tune out?

All of the above projects pay $50 on acceptance

All of the above projects are due by May 29, 2013

See website for full details




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Thriving Family: Tween Articles

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, May 24, 2013

Thriving Family Magazine: Tween Articles

http://www.thrivingfamily.com/extra/call-for-submissions

(For tween Ages 8- to 12-year-olds)

Active Listening: Sometimes tweens talk and listen better when they are doing something besides sitting and looking you in the face. What one great way do you get your tween to want to tell you about things in his/her life?

Word Count: 130-250 words

Know Your Kid’s Friends: Friends are at the top of a tween’s list of important people. So it makes sense that you should know the people who influence your child the most. What strategies can you pass on to other parents who want to engage the friends who are part of their tweens’ lives?

Word Count: 130-250 words

Privacy vs. Family Engagement: Tweens have an increased need for privacy. But while respecting privacy is important, so is keeping your child in touch with and engaged in family life. Tell us your creative solution for helping your teen maintain the balance between privacy and family engagement.

No More Eye Rolling! To a young child, Mom and Dad are heros. But at some point (often during the tween years), some of that reverence may be replaced by bad attitudes, dramatic sighs and yes—the dreaded eye rolling! What practical, creative tip do you have for keeping tween attitudes in check and reminding tweens that they haven't outgrown the need to respect authority—without resorting to lectures that your tween will likely tune out?

All of the above projects pay $50 on acceptance

All of the above projects are due by May 29, 2013

See website for full details




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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