The Writers’ Advice Centre for Children’s Books

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Self-publishing adventures

A seriously good option for self-publishing children’s authors

We all know that the golden rule of self-publishing is never to put out your book without first getting feedback, ideally using beta readers to start with – and most certainly using a professional editor.

With this in mind I’ll get straight to the point and tell you about the review and editing service offered by The Writers’ Advice Centre for Children’s Books, run by Louise Jordan.

Image of Writers' Advice Centre for Children's Books website home page The Writers’ Advice Centre for Children’s Book offers advice and training to children’s authors

Louise, who co-founded Writers’ Advice in 1994, is ex-Head Reader for Puffin UK, and a children’s literary scout with over 20 years’ experience in the industry – oh, and an all-round lovely person!

Image of Louise Jordan Louise Jordan – ex Head Reader for Puffin UK

My early encounter with Writers’ Advice…

I discovered Writers’ Advice back in late 1990s, a few years after…

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