on Self Publishing:
If you’re wondering how to write a children’s book that readers will love, you’re not alone. One of the questions I get most from children’s writers is: “How do I know if my book is good?”
You can be given all of the logistical steps, from A to Z, on how to publish a children’s book, but it doesn’t mean your final product is high quality.
Maybe you follow the steps: write a story that’s 700 words or less, get it to fit on 28 pages, have a child-hero, decent illustrations, and you finally hit publish.
Crickets, in this case, can represent two major problems:
- You didn’t have a strong launch or market your book well.
- It’s just not that great of a book.
So how can you be sure that your book is the kind that readers will love?