If you are a regular Creative Chaos reader, you know that I write for children and young adults. I also offer Creative Services for other authors and illustrators including Creative Curriculum (reader and teacher guide development), and Creative Freelance (editing and writing services). Today, Lucy and I have news about more chaos coming to Creative Chaos – Creative Bookings.
Creative Bookings is boutique booking agency that I own and operate. I arrange school, library, conference, and event bookings for select children’s authors and illustrators. My award-winning clients offer a variety of presentations appropriate for students, librarians, educators, parents, writers, and illustrators. Together they present a diverse mix of writing and illustrating styles, genres, and specialties to meet the needs of a wide audience. They include: Anne Sibley O’Brien, Brenda Reeves Sturgis, Cathryn Falwell, David Elliott, Hazel Mitchell, and Melanie Crowder.
If you are a teacher, librarian, SCBWI RA, or other kidlit conference/event planner, I hope that you’ll keep me and my clients in mind. My clients are wonderful, and Lucy says that I’m
tasty friendly, organized, and flexible too.
(Out takes from the photo shoot welcoming new clients to Creative Bookings.)
My new venture would not be possible without the help of Kirsten Cappy at Curious City Books, and I thank her. Curious City is a children’s book consulting company building creative marketing projects and outreach for authors, illustrators, and publishers focused on engaging readers with story.
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Brava! Wishing you well on your new fabulous endeavor!!!
Hooray, thank you! Your retreat sounds Debtastic. 🙂
Spent this morning with Early Readers who still remember your presentation at Shepherd School in DC. Convinced me that these early readers need the reinforcement of real authors and illustrators presenting,
I had the best time with the students that day. For me, presenting in schools and connecting with the audience for my writing is a large part of why I am an author.