by K.C. Hill | Mar 3, 2017
Every month, I read a storybook to kids at the library. This February, I found myself choosing to read a self published book instead of one by Mac Barnett. Here’s the story of how a story with baby turtles won me over – and everyone else.
by K.C. Hill | Mar 1, 2017
Every February, I make a list of the top storybooks for that year. My local library orders these books for the children’s department. Here’s the 2017 list.
by K.C. Hill | Feb 22, 2017
It’s finally possible to easily produce your own board book without having to place a minimum order of 5000. In fact, you can even do just one: the first board book POD is here.
by K.C. Hill | Feb 20, 2017
Sometimes the best inspiration comes from breaking some rules. In this really fun writing exercise, you’ll find how cliches can improve your writing.
by K.C. Hill | Feb 14, 2017
If you want to formally introduce yourself to an agent or editor, you need to know what they actually want from our query letters. Here are the 7 things to definitely do (and a few to never do).