What distinguishes an MG Novel from a Chapter Book or a YA Novel? Get the low-down right here: format, theme, language.
So many writers cringe at the task of crafting a story outline. But it’s so worth it. I’ll tell you how – and share some solid reasons why you should.
Word count in an illustrated storybook is important, because the quantity and types of words both inform the type of storybook we have. To date, there isn’t any kind of study or guide on this point. That means we study the books ourselves. Here’s how.
Crafting a chapter book is harder than you might expect. Get the low-down on structure, language and pacing for a traditional chapter book and learn what it really takes to do it right.
How do you plan images without needing to create printer-ready artwork that might, in the end, need to be scrapped? Plotting your panels is a necessary two-step process.