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Creative Tips for Using Low-Tech Tools
Here are some tips for a great low-tech tool that will help your writing be more productive and more fun.
Creating Believable Characters
Every story has a detailed backstory. Writing an indepth character study will guide you and provide you with inspiration as you begin your next children's story. By writing the character's backstory in a separate manuscript, you keep your prose more concise, lively and vital.
Conquering the Frontier of Nonfiction
You consider yourself a children's fiction writer. Should you venture into nonfiction?
Collaborate with others to keep those creative sparks flying!
Choosing the Right Words
How to choose appropriate vocabulary for children's books and articles.
Breaking into the Educational Market
Great tips on how to break into the educational market.
Book Review, Yes! You Can by Nancy Sanders
A great book for children's writers: Yes! You Can: Learn How to Write Children’s Books, Get Them Published, and Build a Successful Writing Career by Nancy Sanders
Book Review of Whitford's Writing Picture Books
Book Review of Ann Whitford Paul's exceptional guidebook for the children's writer: Writing Picture Books, A Hands-On Guide from Story Creation to Publication
Book Review - Raab's Promotion Guide
Book Review of Susan Salzman Raab's: An Author's Guide to Children's Book Promotion
5+ Tips for Selling at Book Fairs
Here are some tested tips for successfully selling your books at local fairs and festivals.
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