Is it possible for one “regular” person to truly change the world? To bring hope and connection to millions? When Todd Bol built a small, schoolhouse-shaped box for his mom – so she could share her favorite books with her neighbors — he wasn’t intending to create global change. But it happened. Today, 77,000+ […]
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.
If the idea of marketing gives you the willies, let me offer a new option….
Writers are being discovered by editors through their blogs and YouTube videos and offered contracts, even children’s book writers.
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.
Introducing Worldreader, an amazing organization that is spreading literacy and understanding to millions of children. Here’s how you can get involved!
Top children’s book editor Emma Dryden concludes her three part interview series with CBI Publisher Laura Backes by describing the best business practices for today’s authors, and why every writer needs an editor.