Plotter or a pantser, right? The thing is, it doesn’t really matter. At some point, you will have to outline your book. It’s just a matter of when.
I took the summer off from blogging, from reading kid books, and from writing. This wasn't an intentional decision. I didn't sit down and decide that I wanted a break. Instead, life sort of caught up with me. All of the sudden it was August and Back to School Season...
Every book has multiple audiences, no matter the market. There’s a primary demographic and a secondary demographic. These are the audiences your publisher (or you) might think will be drawn to your book.
That’s not what I’m talking about.
I’m not talking about possible market segmentation. I’m talking about the people who will actually read your book, and in the children’s market, that’s two broad audiences: Kids AND Adults.