Do you want to make a full-time income writing kid's books? It's not as hard as you might think! In this article, we will give you the simple process to follow that will help you make $100 per day writing children's books. So, what are you waiting for? Get started today and see how much money you can make!
Pre-book writing inspiration go to amazon.com and go to the top left side that says "All" it's a drop-down menu. Then scroll down to "Kindle & E-Reader books", next scroll down to "kindle books" and, then you will click "Children's eBooks".
The first step is to find a niche that you can write about. This needs to be animals, you can pick any that you like and think would be fun writing about. Once you have found your niche, it's time to start writing! Write about topics that you are passionate about and that you know kids will love.
You can start out on a notepad or write on your computer or even your phone would be okay. The most important thing to remember is all you need is a max of 100 words or so. A good ending is important no matter if it's right on the mark or less or more words.
Bonus points: if you can make it "rhyme" that's great, but not necessary.
The next thing is to come up with a title that will be catchy, something that stands out and makes people want to click on it. Make sure it's something short, but also memorable. This is one of the most important parts, because if you can't get people to click on your book, then you won't make any money!
Now it's time to create your illustration/cover, jump over to Fiverr.com, and search "illustrations for kid's books". You will be blown away by how good these people are at creating an illustration for your words. They will create something that fits your character perfectly and for a reasonable price.
Now that you have your niche, title, and illustration it's time to put it all together and get your book published on Kindle(kdp.amazon.com). This is a very easy process and Amazon will walk you through everything you need to do. You will want to create a short description that tells people what your book is about and make sure you include some keywords that people will be searching for.
The better your keywords, the easier it will be for people to find your book. Pricing is one that you will decide on how you think yours compares to others from your inspiration hunting.
The last step is to promote your book and get it in front of as many people as possible. There are a ton of ways to do this, but the best way is to reach out to bloggers and other people in your niche and see if they will review your book or mention it on their website. And of course, social media is another way that will help get some traction for your book.
Bonus Tip: Don't stop at one, continue to create and publish, the more you publish the more money you will make!
This is a great way to get started making money writing kid's books and it's a lot of fun too! So, what are you waiting for? Get started today and see how much money you can make!