Why You Should Learn to Write For Children
Learn to write children's books and you will be able create a recession proof income and
lifestyle for you and your family. It's true! There are thousands of ordinary people worldwide
who are now making an extra income or even a very nice full time income by writing books for children.
Many people have felt the enormous pressure from the global economic recession, creating
devastating effects on financial freedom. Learning to write will give you the skills to work for
yourself from home or anywhere you like. You can finally wipe the worries from your life for good.
It has been proven by Bookscan, a division of Neilson Research that despite the worldwide
economic downturn, the sales of children's books has defied logic. Sales in the genre actually
increased by 6.2 percent for 2007 - 2008. Learn to be apart of a successful market.
It's official! Children's writing is recession proof. You should always find a need for
children's books. Learning to write well for children can give you the chance to build the
lifestyle of your dreams, like others around the world are doing every day.
There are many authors who have published large numbers of books, and continue to do
so on an ongoing basis. There are even cases where movies have been based on these books. There
are authors who have spent many years learning about writing children's books and are extremely
happy to share their knowledge with you, if you know where to find them. Imagine! They have
done all the hard work of learning the process that is required and all you need to do is follow
their advice and you too, can carve a path to success as a writer of children's books!
Learning to write great children's books really can set you up for financial freedom!
There are great quality resources available out there that will show you exactly how to write
really great children's books.
I've listed below some of the things you need to learn if you want to become a children's
book author and this information is available to you with a little research.
• Learn what you need to know before you start writing your book
• Research the different types of children's books
• Find out what makes children's fiction different from other fiction
• What are the important aspects of children's fiction
• Learn how to create believable characters
• Learn to write great dialogue
• Learn to write what children want to read
• Learn how to ensure you keep the reader "hooked" after the first page
• Find out how to show your reader the story instead of telling them
• Learn how to plot and create your book
• Learn to edit and polish your work to a professional standard
• Learn the most common problems novice writers face
With this knowledge you can produce great books with all the right content. This will
have you on your way to getting your first book published before you know it! It sounds all
too easy doesn't it? What are the next steps now that your book is completed? Well, you probably
need a bit more information on things like...
• Formatting your manuscript
• Researching the marketplace
• Preparing your submission
• Submitting your book to royalty paying publishers
• Finding resources and courses available to you