His newly released “How to Write a Best-Selling Children’s Book” walks aspiring writers through the process of converting their original story into a completed, illustrated e-book within 48 hours, and into an Amazon best-seller soon afterward.
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The guide was conceived on the heels of a string of bestselling children’s books written by Boyer and published under the J.J. Fast Publishing banner.
He began writing children’s books four years ago with his son, Joe. Since then, Boyer has produced a number of best-sellers, which to date have yielded total revenues in the mid-six-figure range. In “How to Write a Best-Selling Children’s Book,” Boyer lays out actionable steps aspiring children’s book authors can follow to convert their stories into Kindle e-books that generate top sales and long-term demand for future stories.
Boyer says that converting a manuscript – a story written in Word or a similar program – into an Amazon e-book that features a professionally illustrated cover along with an illustrated story broken into chapters can be accomplished quite simply once the writer gets a feel for the process.
The first step in writing a successful children’s chapter book is in choosing the right niche, according to the author. Understanding how to select a suitable Amazon category that will attract attention and lead to the highest demand is a skill that requires a marketer’s eye. In his guide, Boyer outlines the key aspects of effective research to prevent student writers from focusing on the wrong details.
Once the niche, storyline, and characters have been determined, Boyer says writers can begin thinking about their illustrations. This means understanding where to find talented illustrators and how to position the illustrations alongside the written content to create the best outcome.
By tapping into Boyer’s proven formula, writers can learn how to produce children’s books that can double in sales month over month.
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