How many children's books should you write?

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Answered: Evangeline writes children's books!

Absolutely! Yes! This girl has talent with words that grabs your imagination by the eyes. This is the sign of a good writer.

Answered: Does anyone know of a childs book...parents magazine.....rumple nose

http://www.amazon.com/Rumple-Nose-Dimple-Three-Horrible-Snaps/dp/0671665154/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1371613773&sr=8-1&keywords=rumple+nose+dimple+and+the+three+horrible+snaps

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Answered: How does one acquire a person to reread, reread, reread..and give

you join a writing group. I suggest the one I belong to. I'm only one of many professionals there, and lots of beginners and mid rangers. There's also a google group where we discuss many things that are also helpful. http://sff.onlinewritingworkshop.com/index.shtml
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When an illustrator draws pictures for a book, who puts and arranges them

The one who does the layout of the book interior will be the one who will "arrange" all the illustrations in the book. :)

How do i obtain rights to a book i've written?

Usually, first rights revert to the author after a year. Your publishing contract may say differently. Copyright usually lasts 56 years but the rules vary with the type of work. I always demand reversion of rights on all my published works to me after one year. That way I can re-negotiate sales ...

What makes writers want to write? Like most ...

Simple. The reason is that we can't NOT write. It's not just what we do, it's what we ARE. Our identity is a creator. We HAVE to create. Plus, most of us love to read, love playing with words and, despite writing being one of the hardest occupations in the world, we really do have great fun doing it ...