Hi, my name is Bonnie Rose Hudson. I work as the Executive Editor of SchoolhouseTeachers.com, and I’m possibly the most unlikely candidate to be writing for the homeschool market that you’ll ever meet. You see, I wasn’t homeschooled (I attended a small Christian school), and I don’t homeschool (I am unmarried and don’t have children). I do, however, love writing for children, fully support families who make the choice to homeschool, and have never been happier in any writing position I have ever had than I am now.

The reason I tell you all that is to illustrate an important point—God can use anyone, anywhere, anytime He chooses. So if you’re curious about what it’s like to write for the homeschool market, how to get started, what options are available, and what the homeschool market looks like today, please consider joining me for the workshops I’ll be presenting. I’ll be teaching a two-part course on Writing for The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine (TOS) and Other Homeschool Markets and a session on The Art of Storytelling. I will also be representing SchoolhouseTeachers.com and be available for editorial appointments for those interested in writing for our website. I hope to see you there!

If you’d like to learn more about what we’re looking for on SchoolhouseTeachers.com, check out my blog series here on Write 2 Ignite.
Bonnie-Rose-Hudson-200x200Bonnie Rose Hudson lives in central Pennsylvania. Along with spending time with her family and writing, making kids smile is her favorite thing to do. Her heart’s desire is for every child to feel the love of God and know how special they are to Him. She loves creating curriculum and working for SchoolhouseTeachers.com, the curriculum arm of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, as the site’s executive editor. At TOS, she found a place where her love of God and history combine with her love of writing to bring encouraging, educational, and entertaining material to students and their families. She would love for you to visit WriteBonnieRose.com to discover how you can write for the homeschool market.

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