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How to Self-publish and Market a Children's Book: The key steps to self-publishing in print and as an eBook and how to get your story into young readers' hands (Paperback)
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How to Self-publish and Market a Children's Book: The key steps to self-publishing in print and as an eBook and how to get your story into young readers' hands (Paperback)

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Have you written a children's story that you can't find a home for? Do you need help with your children's self-publishing journey? Are you traditionally published but curious about your other options?

If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, How to Self-publish and Market a Children's Book will provide the key answers to your self-publishing questions, as well as key strategies for selling more children's books face to face and online. After reading this book, you will understand:

How and where you can self-publish your children's story at little or no costWhy print matters when it comes to children's self-publishing, but why eBooks are also critical for marketingWhy it's important to work with professional children's editors, illustrators and cover designers, and where to find themHow to set up successful school visits and other face-to-face eventsBest practice and expectations for getting into bookshopsThe best free and low-cost tools and advertising platforms to help with your book marketingHow to get reviewsWhere to find like-minded self-publishers and children's writers for ongoing exchange of support and adviceHow to avoid unscrupulous self-publishing services

This practical, in-depth guide is a must for any children's author looking to self-publish a quality, appropriately targeted children's book that young readers will want and has the best chance of selling at school visits, other events, in bookshops and online.

Karen Inglis is a successful self-published children's author of picture books, chapter books and middle grade novels, with close to 20,000 sales by mid 2018. Her time travel adventure The Secret Lake hit children's bestseller lists online (print and eBook) in the UK in the summer of 2018.

Publisher: Well Said Press
ISBN: 9780995454347
Number of pages: 296
Dimensions: 216 x 140 mm

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Promoting and marketing a children’s book is very different from promoting and marketing a book for adults. I’ve spent the last four years looking for advice on how to do this, and this book answers all my queries.... More

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