Ready to take your writing to the next level?
Let’s make this the year you finally finish your children’s book!
Being a children’s book writer often means you’re alone. You write alone. You edit alone. And you sit alone wondering if your book is ready to finally publish.
But you can’t do it all alone. (And you shouldn’t have to!)
In my six-year journey, I’ve been blessed to network with a wonderful group of writers and industry professionals who’ve helped me grow as a writer. With their help, I’ve learned the formulas, proper steps, and essential resources all children’s book writers need to be successful. And I’m sharing them all with you!
Below are all the resources children’s book writers need to help them with their writing journey. Check them out! 👇
Writing Resources for Children’s Book Writers:
Picture Book Perfection eBook
Writing picture books is a serious craft! It takes more than a short story to make a solid picture book manuscript. This eBook explains everything you need to know all in one place!
Picture Book Perfection Work Book
Taking action is always better than just learning about something. This workbook is the perfect companion to the Picture Book Perfection eBook!
The Ultimate Writing Binder
Writing is very formula-based. Once you know the formulas, you can write any time you have a new idea!
Instead of starting from scratch, I made a worksheet for each part of the writing process and I’m sharing them with you!
More Productive Writer Course
Finding time to write and actually sticking to it is almost harder sometimes than writing a children’s book! If you’re struggling to be productive, take the course and get back on track.
Manuscript Critique Session
The best way to know if you’re on the right track with your story is to get it critiqued. When you sign-up for a one-on-one review with me, I’ll look at overall concepts for your character and plot, as well as, marketability. (Because you don’t want to spend hours and hours writing, only to find out you might not be able to get it published.)
Publishing Resources for Children’s Book Writers:
Twitter Pitch Party Pack
Social media is a great way to connect with agents & editors. However, a Tweet’s lifespan only lasts 6sec, so you want to make sure to maximize your exposure.
In this mini-course, we’ll discuss how to do that using real-life examples. Check it out!
There are VERY specific steps you have to follow when you’re submitting to agents and traditional publishers. If you don’t, you run the risk of getting rejected without someone even reading your story!
I created the Toolkit to teach you what to do so you can avoid these mistakes. (Anything to help prevent an extra rejection letter is great in my world!)
Marketing Resources for Children’s Book Writers:
KidLit Marketing Launch Kit
I know marketing can feel a bit intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. The kit will walk you through the entire planning process including social post ideas, a template for a press kit, and an entire launch checklist.
Plus, you’ll get a list of over 100 potential blog contacts!
Marketing Strategy Session
Want some help deciding the best way to market your book? I’ve been in digital marketing for over 10 years, so it’s one of my FAVORITE things to talk about! Schedule a one-on-one with me and we’ll chat books and sales for an hour.