Children's author/illustrator team Andy & Bernice Tate share four things to know when writing and independently publishing books in the juvenile market, including understanding your market and your skills, deciding what to outsource, and how to working with independent service providers.
Children's author Peggy Thomas discusses the book market, and how the children's book market is persevering.
Children's author/illustrator Kathryn Otoshi shares some tips on marketing children's picture books by conducting school based readings and events. She also describes what she considers to help create a great reading. As a bonus, she shares some thoughts on how she altered her illustrations to better fit the intent of the story.
Author and freelance writer, Aline Newman, talks about making a successful career in writing children’s stories. Not all publications can weather tough times, but there is a vast market and children eager to jump into publications tailored just to them.
Children's author/illustrator Kathryn Otoshi shares her tips for writers interested in breaking into the Children's market.
Jennifer Emmett, VP and Editorial Director of Children's Books for National Geographic Books, explains how children's books are leveled and what things an author should consider.
Children's book buyer and editor Tegan Tigani discusses common mistakes that she sees with children's book authors.
Joan Price, author of Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud about Senior Sex talks about the need to clearly identify your target audience. She talks about being realistic with your expectations, but she also shares how she narrowed her audience even further and why this step was critical to her marketing message and time management. Listen in and learn why audience identification is more than demographics.
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