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#IndieAuthorFringe How to Hire a Book Illustrator @alexhtweets bit.ly/2mFP6k5 Click To Tweet
Illustrations are a great way to make your book stand out from the crowd. Cartoonist and writer Alex Hallatt advises what to consider when working with an illustrator, including copyright, workflow and how much you should be paying to add value to your work.
Alex is giving away 5 ebook copies of Fab Club. FAB (Friends Against Bullying) Club – An Illustrated Chapter Book For 8-12 Year Olds
When Jake, Ravi, Ruth and Toby get tired of the bullies at their school, they form a club to stand up to bullying. FAB (Friends Against Bullying) Club is the story of how a group of children act together to defeat the bullies and have a lot of fun in the process.
The book is an action-packed read for ages 8-12 and is heavily-illustrated with cartoons throughout.