How Crowdfunding Allows You to Experiment Outside Your Genre
Established writers can't often—and probably shouldn’t—publish far outside of their area of expertise. It’s a fast way to alienate your existing fan base. But crowdfunding allows you to experiment outside of your genre for a project you want to see out in the world.
Using Kickstarter to Fund a Children’s Picture Book
Author Emily Grosvenor explains how she has constructed a Kickstarter campaign for her children's book, Tessalation!
Shepherding a Self-Published Picture Book to Success: A Conversation with Literary Agent Brenda Bowen
Sangeeta Mehta interviews agent Brenda Bowen about the success of the children's picture book Sweet Pea & Friends: The SheepOver.
How to Self-Publish Children’s Books Successfully: Notes From the Trenches
A traditionally published children's author discusses how she's launched a successful indie publishing effort in less than two years.
The Business of Self-Publishing Children’s Picture Books: Two Literary Agents Weigh In
Two literary agents offer their thoughts on the self-publishing of children's books and what the future of the picture book might look like.