Just about everyone has written a kids’ book.
With Madonna, Billy Crystal, Tim McGraw, and every other Jane, Dick, and Jerry producing children’s literature, it’s no surprise that the public thinks it’s an easy thing to do.
Let me share with you now a cold, hard truth:
Writing children’s picture books is infinitely harder than writing for adults.
The author must convey, in less than forty...
Unpublished? No problem.
That doesn’t mean that your work is any less grand than the most popular author in the country—only that you’re as yet undiscovered.
It is also true, all at the same time, that there are a few things that will keep even the most exciting writer from being taken seriously.
Below is a countdown of the most common reasons that some folks miss the boat.