Writing a child book:

Is it just for you, or is it for children and adults all over the world?

This is the first question you need to ask yourself: “Am I writing this child book just for myself and my immediate family, or do I want to get my book into the hands of children everywhere?”

If you’re writing a children’s story just for yourself and a few close family members or friends, then you can stop reading now. If, however, you’re serious about creating a child story that will eventually get published, then read on.

First of all, I recommend you take the short e-course below. Secondly, I recommend you get the FabJob guide on How to Become a Children's Book Author. I discovered this excellent resource purely by accident and purchased it immediately. I have been delighted with it. It's inexpensive but full of useful information on writing your child story and getting it published. If you're serious about writing and getting published, I highly recommend you go right now and get this FabJob guide.   

*** Writing a Child Book e-Course ***

Here's a short course on how to write a child book for publication. We focus here primarily on picture books for children ages 4-7 and 8-12.

Chapter 1: Getting Started, Your Audience
Chapter 2: Types of Picture Books
Chapter 3: The Nitty Gritty Issues (Format, Illustrations, etc.)
Chapter 4: Write Your Story (Theme, Plot, Characters, etc.)

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