Category Archives: Children’s Books

Children’s Self-publishing Event, Russian rights deal and other news…

Hello from a grey, breezy London. It’s coming up to the first of two May Bank Holiday weekends here in the UK — always a time that makes the nation smile, whatever the weather! Barnes Children’s Literature Festival – May … Continue reading

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How to Self-publish and Market a Children’s Book: now available in print or as an eBook

Hello fellow children’s authors and blog followers! I am thrilled to announce that my non-fiction book How to Self-publish and Market a Children’s Book is now available both in print and as an eBook. 🙂 Coming in at 296 pages, this … Continue reading

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How to self-publish and market a children’s book and other news…

This is a long overdue update on what I’ve been up to – and to let you know that, after many requests and a lot of planning (in between everything else), I’m finally bringing out How to Self-publish and Market … Continue reading

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Autumn update: focus on children’s book marketing

I hope you’ve been enjoying the beautiful autumn weather (well, here in the UK, at least) – it certainly has helped take the edge off these sudden darker evenings. On that note here’s a snap I took a couple of … Continue reading

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Cornelia Funke on creativity vs ticking boxes

With just four days to go before the second Barnes Children’s Literature Festival I have had the pleasure of interviewing award-winning children’s and YA writer and illustrator Cornelia Funke. Cornelia is travelling to the UK for the event where she … Continue reading

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