How to market books to children aged under 12: think like a broadcaster! Top tips from ALLi’s Children’s Author Adviser Karen Inglis.
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Why print is so important for self-published authors of children’s books – useful tips and figures from ALLi’s Children’s Advisor, Karen Inglis.
Following the recent post on using quizzes to promote your book, British indie author Karen Inglis, ALLi’s advisor on writing for children, shares how she has used crossword puzzles to market her self-published books for children. Crosswords as a Simple Marketing Tool It struck me early on when taking my time travel mystery, The Secret […]
British children’s author Karen Inglis provides a useful summary of how self-published authors can get their books featured in the increasingly significant iBooks store for users of Apple iOS devices. While we all know that Kindle sales dominate overall ebooks sales volumes, many indie authors are taking the long-term view and choosing to list their […]
Self-published children’s author Karen Inglis provides a cautionary tale about back care for writers everywhere. We hope it wasn’t back pain that caused her to name one of her children’s novels Eeek! Almost four years ago to the day, I stood up after a three-hour stint sitting at my desk to be greeted by a […]
Self-published children’s author Karen Inglis, with three children’s books and a new children’s book app to her name, shares her top tips for marketing books for a young audience. (More news on her app to follow soon!) When I first published The Secret Lake, I felt envious of authors of books aimed at teens and […]
If you are a non-US author, your royalties from your US book sales will be subject to a 30% withholding tax until you complete the necessary paperwork to claim exemption. And we know how you just love paperwork. Never fear, Karen Inglis makes it easy, with her step-by-step guide. Update April 2016: THE INFORMATION BELOW IS NO LONGER […]