A heartening story of how children’s author Karen Inglis has made her way to the top of the Amazon UK charts in paperback and ebook with her self-published adventure stories such as “The Secret Lake”
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How to market books to children aged under 12: think like a broadcaster! Top tips from ALLi’s Children’s Author Adviser Karen Inglis.
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.
As part of our occasional series on “Why I write what I write”, Sri Lankan author Varunika Ruwanpura, a professional writing tutor at the University of South Australia, explains why she loves writing and self-publishing children’s books, and how her first children’s story was the result of a collaboration between three generations of her family. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Children’s author Raymond Bean describes how he discovered and researched the perfect subject for books to engage reluctant young readers. No publisher was interested so he self-published, resulting in a series of best-selling books now being translated and sold around the world. I’ve taught elementary school for fifteen years. There are many challenges when you teach […]