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WRITE A MARKETABLE CHILDREN’S BOOK IS NOW AN E-BOOK

WRITE A MARKETABLE CHILDREN’S BOOK IS NOW AN E-BOOK

Shirley Raye and I are excited to announce that our workbook is now available in all e-book formats. 

The workbook has a fun, new cover as an e-book, but it offers the same essential information for those who dream of writing a children’s book.

One of the most important factors in selling a manuscript is understanding the inside workings of the publishing business.

  • How can a writer know if an idea is marketable NOW?
  • What makes editors sit up and notice a certain manuscript?
  • Why does an editorial board pay attention to certain manuscripts?
  • What category of children’s book offers the best chance for making that first sale?

A racecar driver may have the fastest car, but it’s useless unless the driver knows how to enter the race. Our workbook provides  the information that puts writers on the right path to getting published.

You can find our workbook in the following e-book formats:

iBookstore
Sony
Amazon Kindle
Barnes & Noble
Kobo
Baker & Taylor
Copia
Gardners
eBookPie
eSentral
Scribd


Want to write for kids? Whether you want to write fiction or nonfiction, check out my workbook, Write a Marketable Children’s Book, Not Your Typical How-to Write Guide. 

Co-written with Shirley Raye Redmond, it reveals the step-by-step approach that Shirley Raye and I used to break into children’s publishing and to keep selling. 

You must write a marketable book in order to sell it, and this workbook teaches:

how research the market.
how to craft your story to target the market.
how to establish editor contacts.
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