It’s common to think how easy it must be to write children’s books, dreaming of a shiny pile of colourful book covers, hoping that your children’s book is the one that parents roll their eyes at because their children ask for it again and again and again! Well, the bad news is that it is NOT that easy. Here are six tips I wrote for Ingram Spark’s blog, to help you navigate the world of writing children’s books:

https://www.ingramspark.com/blog/6-tips-for-writing-childrens-books

Alex Fullerton

About Alex and Author Support Services

Alex Fullerton is an author's consultant and self-publishing specialist at Author Support Services, based on a pineapple farm in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, Australia. She has spent the last fourteen years working with business people to create concise, compelling, and comprehensive books that complement their businesses and increase their professional standing. Alex is supported by a dedicated team who provide a full self-publishing service, from planning to printing and promotion.

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1 Comment

  1. Ralphie the Roach by Ray Sobrino Jr on June 11, 2020 at 2:49 pm

    Very well written! The most important thing to remember when trying to write a valuable children’s book is that your intentions should be pure.
    Your main purpose should be to teach children about the moral lessons that they need to learn.
    Read my blog: How to Write a Valuable Children’s Book?
    Hope this will help, Thank you!

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