The first step to self-publishing children's books starts with a good story line. Besides that critical piece, you need to plan just like you would for the success of any business.
Most children's books fail in the marketplace because the author did not follow simple strategies. Here are some tips that will help make self-publishing children's books profitable for you:
Self-publishing children's books can be great fun-not to mention profitable! Successfully selling children's books, however, requires a flexible mindset and willingness to make changes. If you would like a professional opinion about your book, check out our children's book evaluation. It may be the most important information you will ever receive about your book.
An evaluation is imperative for any author serious about self-publishing children's books. It also is suitable for authors who have already published their books but lack sales and wonder why. Our evaluation is the same type of evaluation performed at large publishing houses to determine the marketability of a submitted manuscript being considered for publication.
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