Taking a few minutes to think about what you’re about isn’t just a great writing exercise, it’s a clarifying moment of personal development.
— Read on www.grammarly.com/blog/how-to-write-bio/
Ahem, perhaps I need to spend some time with my bio.
Hoping this is helpful. Thanks, Grammarly.
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,