Do you want to write Children's Books?
Updated: Apr 16, 2019
The way we write and publish books is quickly changing. See if being an Authorpreneur is the best choice for you.
Welcome to your Storybook Authors, a place for children's book Authors to learn the ins and outs of writing, creating, publishing and promoting children's books.
“Do you desire to write children's books? Are you unsure where to start? Whether you are new to world of Children's Books, or a seasoned veteran, We are here to teach you the best ways to write, create, publish, and promote your book?”
With technology moving forward at unprecedented speeds, the world of books and publishing are quickly changing. Our goal is to help authors learn the newest tips and tricks that will drive their sales and their success.
The traditional publisher is quickly disappearing.
The term Authorpreneur is quickly becoming a great way to position yourself as an authority in your field and captivate your readers’ attention. Author's are taking their success into their own hands. While you can still submit to publishing houses and wait years in hope of hearing from them and getting published, that is not the most lucrative option these days.
Many people are asking, what does being an Authorpreneur entail? Well, it requires a bit of work. BUT, it seems harder than it is. If you take things one step at a time and grow your business with a clear strategy, it won't seem like too much work. Plus, there are plenty of ways to outsource the parts that you REALLY don't enjoy.
Getting your book into readers hands can be profitable and can become your sole income, but you have to want it and work for it. Doing it alone and moving forward blindly is exhausting and overwhelming. It is smart to find someone that knows the ins and outs. Self teaching will entail many mistakes, so find someone that can guide you on your journey and teach you the quickest route to success. A mentor is a great way to learn, but be cautious, listening to too many different voices can cause confusion and misdirection, so choose one source and stick with that source, until you feel they have nothing more you can learn. #childrensauthor #authorpreneur #storybookauthors #authorsuccess