Tina Houareau write the children’s book, “The Runaway Peanut-Butter Jelly Sandwich” Now that is silly. Now it is not only silly it is a book.

posted Nov 10, 2015, 7:08 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:53 AM ]

 Tina Houareau write the children’s book, “The Runaway Peanut-Butter Jelly Sandwich” Now that is silly.  Now it is not only silly it is a book.

Silly themes are rampant in children’s books and the silliest ideas can be used.

However, just because they can be silly does not mean they are easy.

Take it from me.  I have just under a dozen ideas for children’s books; however, because of the difficulty in using the right story and the right characters and ensuring that everything is in the right place and the perfect molding of all these elements into a story that will entice children to want to read it and encourage parents to buy it; it takes a lot of effort and time to get it all into the right place.

That’s where a team comes into play.  If it is just you and your intuition, there is nothing wrong with that it just sometimes takes more.  I am your more.  With us as a team it increases your chances and another set of eyes is always useful.  All of my books are run by many pairs of eyes until they have coalesced into a book that all agree together has the makings of being worth publishing.

The more ideas and synergy you get flowing the better your book will be.

Let’s collaborate on a book, Dear Writers.

Let’s optimize your chances for being published while avoiding the publisher’s trash bin.

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 Tina Houareau write the children’s book, “The Runaway Peanut-Butter Jelly Sandwich” Now that is silly.  Now it is not only silly it is a book.

Silly themes are rampant in children’s books and the silliest ideas can be used.

However, just because they can be silly does not mean they are easy.

Take it from me.  I have just under a dozen ideas for children’s books; however, because of the difficulty in using the right story and the right characters and ensuring that everything is in the right place and the perfect molding of all these elements into a story that will entice children to want to read it and encourage parents to buy it; it takes a lot of effort and time to get it all into the right place.

That’s where a team comes into play.  If it is just you and your intuition, there is nothing wrong with that it just sometimes takes more.  I am your more.  With us as a team it increases your chances and another set of eyes is always useful.  All of my books are run by many pairs of eyes until they have coalesced into a book that all agree together has the makings of being worth publishing.

The more ideas and synergy you get flowing the better your book will be.

Let’s collaborate on a book, Dear Writers.

Let’s optimize your chances for being published while avoiding the publisher’s trash bin.

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Silly themes are rampant in children’s books and the silliest ideas can be used.

However, just because they can be silly does not mean they are easy.

Take it from me.  I have just under a dozen ideas for children’s books; however, because of the difficulty in using the right story and the right characters and ensuring that everything is in the right place and the perfect molding of all these elements into a story that will entice children to want to read it and encourage parents to buy it; it takes a lot of effort and time to get it all into the right place.

That’s where a team comes into play.  If it is just you and your intuition, there is nothing wrong with that it just sometimes takes more.  I am your more.  With us as a team it increases your chances and another set of eyes is always useful.  All of my books are run by many pairs of eyes until they have coalesced into a book that all agree together has the makings of being worth publishing.

The more ideas and synergy you get flowing the better your book will be.

Let’s collaborate on a book, Dear Writers.

Let’s optimize your chances for being published while avoiding the publisher’s trash bin.

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