Now that you’ve gotten a feel for the Charlotte Mason style, please don’t rush off and instantly conform everything you’ve written to fit this style. That is not my intention or the purpose of these posts! The purpose of these posts is to help you understand the needs and interests of the homeschooling community and see where your material may fit.
Do you have a nonfiction book about nature? That is wonderful! Is there a natural tie in that you can create to complement it that you can offer on your site as a freebie that would appeal to Charlotte Mason-style educators?
Do you have a children’s guide to a piece of classic literature? Can you incorporate copywork or dictation in the guide or on your website?
Do you have a fiction book that teaches a skill, has vocabulary from history, or involves a great artist or composer? Build that into your website or blog.
Here are some of the most helpful resources and publishers I have found that incorporate the Charlotte Mason method:
Green Apple’s Blush has a great post collecting geography-themed living books.
What have you written that you would like to add a Charlotte Mason component to? Leave me a comment or e-mail me at writebonnierose (at) gmail (dot) com. Please write Charlotte Mason in the subject line. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! We’ll begin looking at unit studies next week.
This post is Part Four of a four-part series: How to Write for the Homeschool Market: The Charlotte Mason Method. Enjoy the rest of the series here.
How to Incorporate the Charlotte Mason Method Into Your Writing