There’s more to a writers’ group than just critiquing. Learn about the different types of groups for writers and pick the one that’s right for you!
Our CBI Insiders are taking the publishing world by storm! Here’s some of what our Children’s Book Insider subscribers are accomplishing (with just a little help from CBI!)
For writers, rejection offers two clear outcomes: Discouragement or empowerment. In this article, Jane McBride gives you a step-by-step approach to overcoming rejection and using it to become a stronger, more determined writer.
We present an interview with Kendra Levin, Executive Editor of Viking Children’s Books. It’s an invaluable look inside the work life of an editor that offers some excellent insights for all submitting writers.
An independent bookstore owner talks about what’s selling now in middle grade and young adult fiction, and how he likes to work with authors on setting up events.
Writing dialogue seems like it should be easy and natural. In truth, it can be quite tricky. Here’s some great advice to make mastering the art of dialogue much easier.
Children’s book categories encompass children from birth through their teen years. Here’s how the age groups break down, and how each category is written.
If fear is holding you back from pursuing your dreams, listen to what Will Smith has to say.
When editors say they are looking for narrative nonfiction, what does that mean? A best-selling picture book author gives her best tips.