Monthly Archives: March 2012

Self Publishing Can Be Awesome

“Self-publishing” has a very inspiring history. Thomas Paine, William Blake, Robert Burns, Washington Irving, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Edgar Allen Poe, Walt Whitman, Mark Twain, William Morris, Stephen Crane, Upton Sinclair, Zane Grey, Carl Sandburg, Ezra Pound, Virginia Woolf, D. H. … Continue reading

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Ten Nursery Rhymes and Their Secret Origins

Nursery rhymes are an invaluable resource for children’s book authors. What child doesn’t love nursery rhymes? It is this love which has allowed so many of these tales to survive hundreds of years. While many nursery rhymes are innocent stories, … Continue reading

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10 Ways To Promote Your Children’s Book

Your first book may be a masterpiece, but first books have a nasty way of getting ignored. Bookstores may not bother to order it. If they do carry it, store personnel may not know it’s on the shelf. Another problem … Continue reading

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