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VIDEO: If I’m Not Illustrating My Story, How Can I Impact What the Artwork Will Look Like?

Ever wondered how non-illustrating writers can influence the finished artwork of their manuscript?  Laura has the answer!

 


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Laura Backes

Laura is the founder and publisher of Children's Book Insider, and co-founder of WritingBlueprints.com. Her work has appeared in Writer's Digest and The Writer magazines, as well as on numerous writing blogs. She's the technical editor of "Writing Children's Books for Dummies", and her book "Best Books for Kids Who (Think They) Hate to Read" is published by Random House. Through webinars, workshops, and online courses, Laura has taught thousands of children's book writers how to improve their craft .

3 Responses to “VIDEO: If I’m Not Illustrating My Story, How Can I Impact What the Artwork Will Look Like?”

  1. Diana Rogers

    Very informative. In submitting my story, I will embrace that positive outlook and keep the faith. Thanks!

  2. Daphne Patch

    If I’m planning to submit text only will I be able to at least give the Illustrator pictures of what the children look like in real life?

  3. Arti Sonthalia

    Hi Laura,
    thanks for yet another informative video.
    My question is, When i submit me first three chapters to editors with my covering letter do i need to let the editor know that i would be needing an illustrator?
    Thanks
    Arti

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