How to make a Kids BookCreating a children's book
Putting out a children's textbook in reality 3 Self-releases cost
So if you've ever thought about how to make a little bit of cash on the side, you've probably thought about you. There are many sites that recommend authoring your own textbooks as an easier way to make additional revenue. I' ve always wanted to create children's literature and in 2015 I eventually chose to make this vision come true.
Following several month of trying but failure to find a publisher, I came across a free Webinar on how to make a great deal of money using children's e-books. One of the people conducting this tutorial promises that it would only take a few lessons to create and distribute an e-book for Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing software-users.
Said he also earned $2,000 - $5,000 a months by passive earning accounts with Ninja Farts as well. My fully featured publication "How to Send Your Sisters for Fun and Profit" was awarded $4,000 for the entire pro-jec. All my other works, the three-part Blondie McGhee set, are not fully featured.
In the first two volumes I have taken about 20 interior pictures. I got a good quote from the artist of 15 dollars per monochrome image, but with 20 images for each illustration he added up. When I look at similar types of children's literature (the beginners stage for kids who learn to read), I found that many of them had 30-40 illustration titles, but these had larger publishers' budget.
The illustration in the third volume was abandoned and the volume still sells well. was also hiring an editorial and dubbing artist for my first blondie McGhee account, which contributed $285 to my bill. You know, some folks can spend a week-end just to write a script, and that's great.
I' m a free-lance writer for about 20 lessons aweek and a house wife for two little sisters. It took more than I had expected to do for my early workbooks. I' m guessing it took about 20 hrs until every single novel from the original concept was published.
I' ve lived about 15 wks with each of the books and I've been working for an hours every wk. People with more paperwork could probably have finished my work in a whole month. Not the only thing that needs attention, though, is composing the text. You' ll have to edit it, post it, adapt it to Amazon's policies, create and promote advertising texts for it.
I' m trying to spend an extra lesson per weeks selling my book, which includes creating advertisements and promotional gifts and mailing free of charge digitally copied copy to reviews. There are some who are writing and selling very popular children's shows. It' possible, but I've also seen the downside where folks have spent their spare minutes and monies just begging for the sale.
Seldom do I sell the Sell Your Artist on line. Selling it better through in-person advertising at handicraft fairs, but even this is another engagement. It was overwhelming when I got 20-30 copies in the first months after the publication of my first Blondie McGhee volume in 2016.
And I didn't know if anyone else liked that work. But the amount of cash is quite small, considering how much I have spent on my work. Usually I make more out of freelancing letters in a whole months than I have done with the sale of a year.
But the primary motive for me to write the accounts was that I dreamt about it, and that's the big one. If you want to make fast cash, but don't like to write, don't try to write a work. There' so many simpler ways to make a living.
However if you really have a real love to compose a textbook, then go for it. Don't do it for the cash, do it for yourself. I may never have enough books in my bestseller books to make a profit, but the pleasure of making a fantasy come true is invaluable.
The two little maidens know I have written them a novel, and I would rather be a billionaire than a billionaire doing something I do.