In this book, successful children's book author Anastasia Suen will guide every self-published writer through creating pictures in your young readers' minds. Here is another fab writing reference guide from the experts over at Writers' Digest.
If you need any more ideas, tips and exercises for writing your Children's Fiction novel then dip into Get Writing Children's Fiction by Karen King. Her book is packed full of inspiration, tips and writing exercises for anyone who wants to write children's fiction.
In our series on children's fiction and in particular, learning how to write for children we reviewed the online course Writing Story Books For Children.
Modules include ‘Getting started’ - which talks about the 3 Cs in story structure: Contrast, Conflict, Character. If like me, you love learning more about creating fictional characters this module will tick all your people creating boxes.
Are you writing about magic or magicians or witches or anything to do with Fantasy Fiction?
After Rayne Hall showed us how to put the eeeek into writing scary scenes for those of us writing thrillers, we thought it apt that she weaves a little bit of magic over us to get us into the mood for our feature on Writing Fantasy.
In my own quest to write a fabulous page-turning book for children, I am writing an article on writing for children and how an aspiring author of children’s books can look for information that will fuel their children’s novels.
As a self-published or mainstream published author of children’s fiction can you help us with any of these questions?
Writing Your Children’s Novel
There are so many questions on writing for children, these spring immediately to mind ...