Yes! You Can Learn How to Write Children’s Books, Get Them Published, and Build a Successful Writing Career

The title explains exactly what this book is about.

Proof? I started using its strategies about a year ago.

Earnings? about ten times the cost of the book.

Nancy I. Sanders is a multi-published author. But, and here’s the key for us, she did not become so without a plan in place.

The only prerequisite I think you need for this book to work for you is a real desire to write for kids. If you do, this book is the most practical and useful book you can read to publish and pursue a writing career in children’s writing.

She calls her plan the Triple Crown of Success. It encompasses

  • writing for personal fulfillment,
  • for publication, and
  • to earn income.

What you will find:

  • How to get published even if you haven’t been published yet
  • Practical ideas for setting up a work space, building a research library, being organized
  • How to manage your time to meet your writing goals
  • How to target periodicals and the book market
  • Descriptions of types of children’s books and their written requirements
  • And more! And there’s a lot of good stuff in the ‘and more.’ Look in the Table of Contents for an idea.

But, the best part

is her explanation of how she became a career writer with her Triple Crown of Success by using three different strategies. Each strategy helped her reach the three different goals of personal fulfillment, getting published, and earning income.

Each strategy requires a different set of steps, but whether you are new to children’s writing or not, the steps are doable. She gives you templates and structures to use. In short, she gives you a way to succeed.

On top of all that, she makes writing for kids fun.

All through the book, Nancy keeps the ultimate audience in mind – kids. Those of us who write for kids have kept a streak of curiosity and wonder alive and she helps you tap into that while doing the “business” of writing.

You can find it on Amazon.

I’ve used it and continue to use it. I would love to hear from those of you who have also used it or plan to. Let me know in the comments.  Robin


P.S Share in the comments what type of children’s writing you are working on – beginning readers? magazine short stories? devotionals? poems? crafts? chapter books? middle grade? I’m happy to have you here!









    2 replies to "If You Want to Write For Kids, Get This Book"

    • Bablofil

      Thanks, great article.

      • Robin

        You are welcome!

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