The recent Spinning Tales conference for New Zealand Children’s Writers and Illustrators highlighted some important need to know facts about the state of children’s publishing here and overseas. As I research for this blog, every week I come across articles and discussions that support the 6 most important facts.
Groups of writers have gathered together to help each other promote and publicise their work. This has become a very good way to get noticed and share the load for the average introvert writer.
Readergirlz annual teen literacy week is just about to start and the Diva’s have linked into some very big names. Take the time to trawl their site and think of the implications for shared publicity.
This is probably the time to strike if you want to get into ebook reviewing. We need filters and trusted reviewers to say this is worth the price. Although as I have been reading lately the small price you pay for an ebook means if it is a dud you haven’t lost much.
Quality writing for children in an ebook format is likely to get lost in the crowd unless....See Number 3 and 4.
Check out MeeGenius and their children’s book e platform...be enthused or be scared....
Over on Craicerplus (My Amplify Page) I have links to articles on
Dean Wesley Smith gives the full Uni Course On Cover Design.
eBook Conversion Comparisons...for when you create that ebook.
Agents –You Gotta Have A Contract! - Read it, Weep and Be Warned! See Number 2
The Periodic Table Of Storytelling....geek cool
The Top 5 KidsLit Agencies
Get out there and share the love because our words have the power to change lives....