Monthly Archives: November 2011

Month: November 2011 10 Myths about Writing Children’s Books

Writing books for children, right?  There really are 10 myths about writing children’s books.  Okay, you got Middle Grade, Juvenile, and Chapter Books, take your pick.  I like Young Readers.  These categories are basically the same and have the best readers.  Okay, so what qualifies me to do this?  My juvenile/middle grade eBooks have garnered good reviews due to my

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Month: November 2011 Writing eBooks for Children

Okay so you’re ready to write for the juvenile/middle grade market with a head full of ideas.  How you go about this is essentially up to you.  There are rules and rules are broken every few years.  Presently, the genre is saturated with fantasy and horror.  Thank heavens for Diary Of A Wimpy Kid series.  I have written 5 juvies

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Month: November 2011 Loneliness of the writer

Never tell anyone that you’re writing a book, going on a diet, exercising, taking a course, or quitting smoking. They’ll encourage you to death. Lynn Johnston, For Better or For Worse, 07-15-06 Canadian cartoonist (1947 – ) When writing, your only friend is yourself.  It can’t be helped.  You empty your mind onto a page or screen, attempting to portray

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