Traditional writers and indie writers need to stop competing and instead support each other. In the end, everyone benefits.
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Self-published author Tracy Bryan makes the case for more diverse books for children.
Getting reviews for your self-published ebook is your first step in the marketing process. Our experts tell you how in this writeforkids.org video.
Hit ‘Em Where They Ain’t: Get Published NOW By Exploiting the Best Opportunities in Children’s Publishing
If you're a beginning or intermediate writer and you've been struggling to build credits as a published author, perhaps it's time to clear your vision and start targeting opportunities that offer real possibilities – and little competition – rather than continually banging against the same locked doors. Once you've established yourself as a professional […]