Are you thinking about creating an app for children, but have no idea where to start? Our App Expert Karen Robertson has helped many writers realize their goal of producing a children’s story app, and has created an easy step-by-step process.
In this post, she shares the first step in her system.
Recently, top children’s book editor Emma Dryden sat down for a video chat with CBI Publisher Laura Backes.
In this, the second of three parts, Emma weighs in on the latest publishing trends, and discusses how authors can connect with teens and tweens.
If you’re using Twitter for book marketing and to expand your fan base (and you should be!) you may still be confused by the concepts of hashtags and how to use them properly.
This excellent infographic from the brilliant marketing expert Neil Patel makes it all much simpler:
It’s time for a fresh start.
For the moment, forget apps and ebooks. Forget query letters and page counts. Let’s focus on the one thing that will make or break your career writing for children.
To give you the boost you may need right now, we’ve created something we’d like to share with you. A few words that may help you catch a glimpse your own potential.
We call it 10 Declarations for the 21st Century Children’s Author, and we think it’s something everyone who writes for children needs to read. We hope you’ll agree.
Can you really create an entirely new children’s writing idea by simply adding a word or a phrase to an existing concept?
Believe it or not, you absolutely can! Let’s try it out…
In this exclusive conversation, Jon and Andrea talk about the biggest obstacles each of us face in our writing careers. You’ll get new perspectives that can help you overcome these hurdles, and lots of inspiration to fill your sails as you move forward.
Laura chats with Emma Dryden, one of children’s publishing’s most accomplished editors, having worked on hundreds of books for young readers. Emma describes what all children’s writers must do to stay relevant and thrive in today’s publishing environment.