Children's Books

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Megan in San Francisco, California

75 months ago

How realistic is it to try to write children's books. Is it like winning the lottery to get published & best to be kept as a side hobbie? Does anyone have any tips on how to start, like the best place to go to get a book copywrited? Seems like there are so many books & websites of people just trying to make $ from people interested in this field.

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annabelle in Greenville, North Carolina

65 months ago

Try to relate your story to children of the certain age group. Go to stores like Barnes&Noble and ask where the closest place would be to get published. Or at least have someone check your story out. Hope this helped! xx

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Kelly in Los Angeles, California

61 months ago

Megan in San Francisco, California said: How realistic is it to try to write children's books. Is it like winning the lottery to get published & best to be kept as a side hobbie? Does anyone have any tips on how to start, like the best place to go to get a book copywrited? Seems like there are so many books & websites of people just trying to make $ from people interested in this field.

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knodge18!! in Los Angeles, California

13 days ago

Publishing a children's book is not like hitting the jackpot. Most children's authors publish numerous titles before they make any significant income.

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