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Interview, video and much more

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Interview, video and much more

How do I go about writing my children’s picture books? What are the inspirations for my stories? What tips do I have for those who self-publish? What has been my experience with publishing with a publisher and self-publishing? Where can you find my books on the web? These questions and much more are answered on Earl Robert’s website as he interviews me. Visit http://countryessays.com/booksahead/?p=479 for the full interview, a video and URLs where my books may be purchased.

Earl and I have exchanged comments from time to time over the past year on Linkedin. He is is a moderator of a children’s book group, Treasure Island. I have always found his comments insightful and illuminating. He is a true professional and generous with his expertise. I am delighted to have this spot on his website.

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How You Can Write and Publish Your Own Children’s Book

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Children’s book author Beryl Reichenberg will teach a class for adults on writing children’s stories and the various opportunities for having them published.

 This class will be held at the Curious Cup Bookstore, 929 Linden, Carpinteria on June 1 starting at 11 AM. It is for budding authors as well as parents who wish to learn how to self-publish stories written by their own children. The event is open to the public, but you must pre-register at 805-220-6608. Fee is $10.    

Beryl has been writing and illustrating children’s stories for six years and has six children’s, picture books currently available at the Curious Cup. She has a wealth of experience to share about writing stories, about self-publishing and publishing in general.  She holds a Master’s Degree from UCLA and taught school both in Los Angeles and the San Francisco area. In addition, she is an artist and makes small book forms, as well as other fiber art pieces. For more information visit her website at http://www.berylreichenberg.com.

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