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Published by Ideals Children's Books,


a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards




Over 27,000 copies sold! 



You can read Sally's poetry and hear her reading her poems on http://www.ifollowfredericksburg.com with a new poem posted every week.

Now What?

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, June 7, 2009 Under: Christian Online Magazine
NOW WHAT? Box 33677, Denver CO 80233. (303) 452-7973. Fax (303) 452-0657. Email: bibleadvocate@cog7.org. Website: http://nowwhat.cog7.org. Church of God (Seventh-day). Sherri Langton, assoc. ed.

Articles on salvation, Jesus, social issues, life problems that are seeker sensitive. Monthly online mag.; available only online. 100% unsolicited freelance. Complete ms/cover letter; no query. Pays $25–55 on publication for first, one-time, electronic, simultaneous, or reprint rts. Articles 1,000–1,500 wds. (20/yr.). Responds in 4–8 wks. Accepts simultaneous submissions & reprints (tell when/where appeared). Accepts requested ms by e-mail (copied into message— preferred—or attached). Regularly uses sidebars. Prefers NIV. Guidelines (also on Web site); copy of online article for #10 SAE/1 stamp. (No ads) Fillers: Buys 5–10/yr. Anecdotes, facts, prose, quotes; 50–100 wds.; $20.

Special Needs: “Personal experiences must show a person’s struggle that either brought him/her to Christ or deepened faith in God. The entire Now What? site is built around a personal experience each month.”

Tips: The whole e-zine is open to freelance. Think how you can explain your faith, or how you overcame a problem, to a non-Christian. It’s a real plus for writers submitting a personal experience to also submit an objective article related to their story. For this publication, we’ve done a lot on the subject of grief (death of spouse/child), troubled marriages, and physical problems, so I suggest staying clear of those subjects.”

 

In : Christian Online Magazine 



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Now What?

Posted by Sally Clark on Sunday, June 7, 2009 Under: Christian Online Magazine
NOW WHAT? Box 33677, Denver CO 80233. (303) 452-7973. Fax (303) 452-0657. Email: bibleadvocate@cog7.org. Website: http://nowwhat.cog7.org. Church of God (Seventh-day). Sherri Langton, assoc. ed.

Articles on salvation, Jesus, social issues, life problems that are seeker sensitive. Monthly online mag.; available only online. 100% unsolicited freelance. Complete ms/cover letter; no query. Pays $25–55 on publication for first, one-time, electronic, simultaneous, or reprint rts. Articles 1,000–1,500 wds. (20/yr.). Responds in 4–8 wks. Accepts simultaneous submissions & reprints (tell when/where appeared). Accepts requested ms by e-mail (copied into message— preferred—or attached). Regularly uses sidebars. Prefers NIV. Guidelines (also on Web site); copy of online article for #10 SAE/1 stamp. (No ads) Fillers: Buys 5–10/yr. Anecdotes, facts, prose, quotes; 50–100 wds.; $20.

Special Needs: “Personal experiences must show a person’s struggle that either brought him/her to Christ or deepened faith in God. The entire Now What? site is built around a personal experience each month.”

Tips: The whole e-zine is open to freelance. Think how you can explain your faith, or how you overcame a problem, to a non-Christian. It’s a real plus for writers submitting a personal experience to also submit an objective article related to their story. For this publication, we’ve done a lot on the subject of grief (death of spouse/child), troubled marriages, and physical problems, so I suggest staying clear of those subjects.”

 

In : Christian Online Magazine 



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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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