Do you have a great idea for a children’s book? Perhaps all you have so far is an initial idea for a character? Maybe you have a plot that just won't go away or you could have a completed manuscript.
Either way, the Children’s Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook 2014 is an invaluable resource which contains all the advice, information and contact details you need to help you on your writing path.
Children's ghost stories are some of the most exciting to write and to read - but crafting a can't-put-it-down ghost story is no easy feat.
Included in this year's Yearbook, however, is the very article to help you along! Describing the adventure of writing ghost stories by successful children's author Cornelia Funke will advise and inspire in equal measure.
A ghost story is not just a ghost story. Maybe that is especially true for one written for children. There are so many paths to take. A good story always starts with the right questions. Ghost stories like to hide from us, dress …