Illustrating the Truth about Publishing a Children’s Picture Book

Reblog about how to publish a children’s picture book – via JJ Brown’s author page. The lovely book is Birds of Paradise by Pamela S. Wigh who blogs at Roughwighting.

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I welcome author and writing teacher Pamela S. Wight to the blog today to share her path of publishing a illustrated children’s book, a process that took her favorite story from dream to reality.

Pam is an inspiring teacher and I learned how to boost imagination in storytelling in her creative writing class. Here’s her tale about her book that’s just out April 15, 2017, Birds of Paradise with illustrations by Shelley Steinle. Please help me congratulate them!

Birds of Paradise Front CoverBy Pamela S. Wight

How does a children’s book author find the perfect illustrator and publish her book? By not following the “rules.”

At least, that’s how I found the artist who captured my birds, Bert and Bessie, for the children’s book, Birds of Paradise. I’m so pleased with the result that I will never return to a “normal” way of publishing.

Of course, in the publishing world, what’s “normal” these…

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