The homeschool market is growing; are you connected to it? If you write for children, can you afford not to be? According to Dr. Brian D. Ray of the National Home Education Research Institute, “There were an estimated 2.04 million K to 12 homeschool students in the United States in the spring of 2010.” That is a lot of families you can reach with your material. But what if you don’t know the difference between a Classical and a Charlotte Mason approach to homeschooling? What if you can’t tell a lapbook from copywork? Then keep reading!
What writing for the homeschool market usually is NOT:
- A fast way to self-publish and make lots of money
What writing for the homeschool market IS:
My blog is here to help writers connect with homeschoolers and help homeschoolers connect with writing opportunities while we work together to build the kingdom of Jesus Christ. Here’s a peek at what you can expect to find on this blog:
- Regular news of opportunities to write for the homeschooling marketplace
- Concrete instructions and explanations
- Laughs and giggles
- Interviews with fellow writers and homeschoolers
If you’re ready, then subscribe now and let’s get started!