10 Tips For Creating Your First Children’s Picture Book | BookBaby Blog

A children’s picture book may seem simple, but creating a brilliant one is no easy task. How do you make yours smart, engaging, and fun?
— Read on blog.bookbaby.com/2012/07/ten-tips-for-creating-your-first-childrens-picture-book/

Hi to my friends and followers.

Recently I assisted a young nephew with a story he had written. He could picture his story in a book, with his name on the cover. Ideas flowed as I worked on his story, typing it up into written form. Ideas such as, maybe I can write a children’s book to add to my historical novels in The Fortune Seeker Series?

It is not necessarily a picture book, but something where a child might contribute and make it his own. Any child, from any country.

For I had dreamed up an idea that must remain hush-hush until I can share it. Watch this space in 2019.

Perhaps you are interested in creating a picture book yourself. These suggestions from a BookBaby Blog may be helpful.

Until next time,

Glennis

Published by Glennis Browne (Annie Browne)

New Zealand author, blogging and researcheing family trees. I write fiction ally about historical families, focusing on the challenges, social issues and indiscretions that caused major disruptions in ancestors lives. My aim is to create realistic reality by bringing greater understanding to our generation. Follow The Fortune Seekers Series of novels- Dan and Charlotte and Power and Authority. Books 3 and 4 underway. I also write as Annie Browne.

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