Guest posters Gail and Penny from To Press & Beyond shared actionable tips on how to market your children’s book, with book marketing and PR specialist Laura Pepper Wu.
So you’ve written a children’s book, hired an illustrator (or illustrated it yourself), and it is now at the printer’s (probably in China if it’s four-color). Now what? It’s time to put your marketing plan in motion. Children’s books have some unique opportunities when it comes to marketing and PR. The following shouldn’t be overlooked.
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