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195 days ago 0 comments From: Writing-Admin Categories: Writing  Tags: writing children's writer fabjob 
fabjob.com —  Touch the Hearts of Children Beatrix Potter. A.A. Milne. E.B. White. Lewis Carroll. Even their names conjure up memories of friends we have met within the pages of books. Can you imagine your name being linked to this list of great authors someday? About a Career as a Children's Book Author How many times, while reading a children's story, have you dreamed of writing your own and getting it published? The FabJob Guide to Become a Children's Book Author gives you what you need to make your dream come true. Lovingly written by coauthors Jeannie Harmon and Sheila Seifert, the guide offers you the insider information and practical advice you need to achieve your dream of becoming a published children's book author. It's like a publishing workshop packed with insider information – taught by two of the best teachers in the industry. Jeannie Harmon has written more than twenty children's books and currently serves as the Senior Editor in the children's book division of a U.S. publishing house. Sheila Seifert has been a successful freelance writer for over fifteen years, and teaches writing at the University of Colorado at Denver. In this guide they share with you the insider advice they have discovered through many years in the publishing business. Guide to Become a Children's Book Author If being the author of books for children sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob Guide to Become a Children's Book Author is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started, market your work, and get published. See a free sample of Become a Children's Book Author The guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become a published children's book author, including: Getting Ready Myths about writing for children Deciding who your audience will be How to come up with a book idea that will attract an editor's attention How to develop your creativity and writing talent Step-by-step advice on how to write picture books, nonfiction books, and juvenile fiction. You will learn what you need to know about: Format Plotting Getting illustrations Research Characterization And more! Getting Published Manuscript preparation tips that will improve your odds of getting published A link to a list of children's book publishers, including editors' names and contact information How to write a query that will make an editor eager to read your manuscript Working with a literary agent Negotiating a book publishing contract Creative ideas for breaking in to children's book publishing through: Working or volunteering with children Writing for children's magazines Writing Sunday school lessons Writing school curriculum Online publishing Self-publishing Writing books for non-profit groups and schools Plus what you need to know about: Copyrighting your work Tips for working with a publisher How to promote yourself and your book Writing associations and resources A quick reference glossary at the back of the guide ensures that you'll be talking the talk with the people who have the power to publish your book.   Get the Children's Book Author Guide   Also see:   BECOME A BOOK EDITOR BECOME A BOOK PUBLISHER BECOME A BOOKSTORE OWNER BECOME A CARTOONIST BECOME A CHILDREN’S BOOK AUTHOR BECOME A FREELANCE WRITER BECOME A MYSTERY WRITER BECOME A PUBLISHED WRITER BECOME A ROMANCE WRITER BECOME A SCREENWRITER BECOME A SONGWRITER BECOME A TRAVEL WRITER


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