writing a childrens book, 7 deadly sins of writing

WRITING A CHILDREN’S BOOK? The 7 Deadly Sins of Writing Children’s Books (VIDEO)

WRITING A CHILDREN’S BOOK?

The 7 Deadly Sins of Writing Children’s Books 

    In the below video I give you the first 3 tips

on writing your children’s book… free.

This video is narrated by the author of The Seven Deadly Sins of Writing Children’s Books and gives you step by step instructions on how to go about writing a childrens book.

We go through the first 3 “deadly sins” and offer writing tips and an overview of the types of mistakes new writers tend to make when writing a childrens book.

Here is a list of the & Deadly Sins:

  • #1 Pictures Do Not Tell the Story
  • #2 Show Don’t Tell
  • #3 Marry Logic With Creativity
  • #4 Action, Action and More Action
  • #5 Do Not Make Assumptions
  • #6 Create a Real Story Around the Lesson
  • #7 Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation

Get ALL 7 Sins (To Avoid) Below….

GET IT ON Smashwords!<–Click

7 deadly sins of writing children's a book


Wishing you much imagination…

Other posts you might like are:

Developmental Editing Example – “My Mom’s a Ninja”

“Spike’s Planet” – A Difficult Edit For Metered Rhyming Verse For Kids

Love Old Fairytales? Me too… take a look at this Favorites List

Home page – https://www.thewritersnexus.com

ALL Social Media: https://linktr.ee/seekcraft1

Email: thewritersnexus@gmail.com

by

Renee, The Writer at The Nexus, writes about publishing and writing for TV, and stage. Renee is also a voiceover performer, podcast host and coach. She'll critique any piece of writing you send her.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.