Traditional writers and indie writers need to stop competing and instead support each other. In the end, everyone benefits.
A young adult author and former teacher writes about the kids he knows best – kids of color, gay kids, marginalized kids, poor kids, kids with disabilities, gang members, and incarcerated kids – because he wants all youth to see themselves represented in a positive light within the pages of teen literature.
Self-published author Tracy Bryan makes the case for more diverse books for children.
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Writers are being discovered by editors through their blogs and YouTube videos and offered contracts, even children’s book writers.
We’ve spoken quite a bit about publishing a Kindle picture ebook. That’s because we view it as one of the greatest opportunities to come down the pike for children’s book writers in a long, long time.
But we get it — many folks still can’t quite wrap their minds around the idea and they feel as if it will never be something that they can do.
So, we’ve created a free mini-course called “Yes You Can Publish a Kindle Picture eBook!” that answers many of your questions, will allay your fears and allow you to take advantage of this historic moment.
Kindle Picture eBooks are very hot. In this video, find out why you should be considering this opportunity *very* seriously.
Allowing your readers to tell you where the story needs to go can be a fun and freeing way to write ebooks for kids.
With the release of Amazon’s KDP Kids’ Book Creator software, anyone can now self-publish an illustrated picture ebook for children.
Big news today — Amazon has launched a free tool that promises to make building an illustrated children’s ebook and posting it for sale on Amazon a simple, intuitive process.