Tips for Every Part of Your Writing Journey!
Don’t feel helpless. Select the part of the process you’re on right now and get the steps you need to take, in order to publish your children’s book.
Bring the vision for your book to life!
You’ve been thinking about it. Now, wouldn’t it be an AWESOME accomplishment if you could finish it?
Learn how to write stories that both entertain and teach. And ultimately how to write a book that results in readers wanting to read MORE — more of your characters and more of your stories!
These tips are designed to help you fill in the blanks with your story — whether that means character, plot, or something else. Click the button to learn the complete writing process for your children’s book.
Make your book a reality and get it published!
The publishing process can feel scary or intimidating when you’re first starting out — how do you know where to send your book or find a publisher who will say yes?
Before you begin blasting manuscript to publishers, only to hear nothing back or get rejected, learn what it takes to publish a children’s book. Including what options are out there!
Click the button to learn the complete publishing process for your children’s book.
Sell More Books and Connect with Your Readers!
You don’t need a degree in Marketing to sell your book. (Heck! You don’t even need to be a computer whiz.) All you need is working knowledge of who your readers are.
If the idea of selling makes your skin crawl, don’t worry. You can be authentic to yourself and skip the sleasy sales pitch, while still selling your book.
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