Our third Frequently Asked Question by beginners is “Can I Send My Manuscript to More Than One Editor or Agent at a Time?”. Read on for the answer and links to excellent free information…..
We’ve created some wonderful free resources for those who write for children (or want to use this moment in time to start on the children’s writing path). And we also have some very cool freebies specifically designed for young people who want to get started writing, too!
Our second Frequently Asked Question by beginners is “Do I Need to Copyright My Work?”. Read on for the answer and links to excellent free information…..
Our first Frequently Asked Question by beginners is whether an author needs to provide illustrations for a picture book manuscript that’s submitted to a publisher. Read on for the answer….
Hi folks, it’s Jon from Children’s Book Insider & Writing Blueprints. In uncertain times, the best of humanity always manages to shine through. It’s a time to slow down, a time to reflect on what really matters and a time to let our creative selves flow freely. Laura, Matt and I stand with each […]
At the end of 2017, we were contacted by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) with a call for authors to submit to the CDC Amazing Baby Contest (for the final book in a series of early picture books that incorporate children’s developmental milestones into the story). We alerted our subscribers to the opportunity and, […]
The first step in knowing how to publish a children’s book is to understand the basic categories of children’s books and how they apply to your writing. Picture books, easy readers, chapter books, middle grade books and young adult novels each have their own sets of rules. In Part One on How to Publish […]
Part Two of How to Publish a Children’s Book takes you inside a publishing house to explain exactly how books are selected, edited and published. This is true inside information that will give you a big edge in getting your children’s book published. View How to Publish a Children’s Book Part 1 […]
In the final part of How to Publish a Children’s Book, Children’s Book Insider Publisher Laura Backes explains exactly how self-publishing works. This is vital information for those looking to directly put their work into the hands of children and teens around the world.