Episode 9 – Writing a Children’s Book Series with Author Katie Pye
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When you have an idea for a children’s book, it’s awesome if you can keep it going! Which means turning it into a children’s book series. That’s what our guest decided to do with her Fairytale Fraud series.
Author Katie Pye sat down to talk about how she got started writing and the ups & downs to self-publishing a children’s book series. If you’re thinking about doing the same with your story, this episode is for you!
Self-Publishing a Children’s Book Series with Author Katie Pye
My guest on the show has recently written and published her very own children’s book series. Author Katie Pye’s the Fairytale Fraud series, offers a twist on the common fairytales we know to help parents teach their kids about listen.
Listen to this week’s edition of the Journey to KidLit podcast as I interview Katie, about her insights on writing a children’s book series, self-publishing, and marketing during a pandemic.
To learn more about Katie & her Fairytale Fraud series visit her website at headstartthinking.com or follow her on social!
And for more tips about self-publishing a children’s book, read these articles:
- The Most Important Part of Book Cover Design
- How to Publish a Picture Book: the Complete Process
- The Best Types of People to Self-Publish a Kid’s Book
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Listen to all the episodes:
- Episode 1 – Becoming a Kid’s Book Author with Brooke Van Sickle
- Episode 2 – The 6 Categories of Kid’s Books You should Know
- Episode 3 – How to Know if Your Story’s Ready to Submit
- Episode 4 – Not Everyone Should Self-Publish a Book
- Episode 5 – Interview with Children’s Book Illustrator Gabriela Dieppa
- Episode 6 – Work from Home Habits to be More Productive
- Episode 7 – Interview with Host of the Storyland Podcast Jessica Snider
- Episode 8 – How to Write a Good Query Letter