Today we’re talking about how to help promote your book to hopefully get it into as many hands as possible. And even though this may be the final step in our journey to publication and how to become an author illustrator, in a way, this may also just be the beginning …
From my experience, the best possible book comes from respectful collaboration and joint input from both you and your publisher
Today I’m sharing how to get ‘the best’ publishing deal(s)
Today I’m sharing step by step how I got my wildest dream top choice agent.
Should you go to Bologna Children’s Book Fair? 100% yes! If you’re really new though be prepared to see a lot of high quality work. Please don’t be put off by that. With a bit of training through places like SVS you’ll be surprised that you may just be able to compete the following year! And with the tips I share below and tomorrow you may even walk away with a top agent and real publishing interest in tow!
Today on Step 2 of our journey along the heart flower path with Red and Woody, I’m sharing 7 top things I learned that’ll make your creations more successful
Join Red, Woody and me on the ‘heart flower path’ and retrace our journey to becoming traditionally published
Over the next 7 days, right up to the publication day of my debut Red and the City on 6 September, I will share my journey and top tips that have made me a published author illustrator with one of the best literary agents in the world and a 6-picture-book-deal across two major publishers – despite not having a degree in Art, Illustration or Literature!
Providing a multitude of opportunities to broach challenging questions whilst enjoying a fantastic story, Red and the City is a perfect addition to the Little Red Riding Hood literary canon. If you want a truly original take on this traditional tale, look no further.