Book Anatomy Lesson

Read this great post about the anatomy of a childrens' book today. For those of you who might be planning that kind of project, this sort of knowledge is useful. Even if you aren't planning to independently publish and hire a printer yourself, it's good to know at least some basics like this. It's important so that you aren't left to blindly follow/agree with whatever a publisher tells you. That familiar saying most definitely applies to publishing, "Knowledge is Power".


Good Writing & God Bless,

Cheryl Pickett

1 comment:

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