Start Writing Children’s Books

Posted by admin | Posted in Press Release | Posted on 24-09-2009

Children's Writing Super SystemPress Release

Christopher Maselli’s anticipated Children’s Writing Super System–a nine-session writing course in audio and ebook format–launched this September, empowering beginning and experienced writers alike to navigate the challenging world of writing for children from the comfort of their own homes. Those wanting to learn how to write picture books or young adult novels will love Christopher Maselli’s down-to-earth, encouraging teaching style.

In the first half of this one-of-a-kind system, Maselli discusses the creative side of writing for children. Listeners discover how to:

  • Decide what kind of children’s material they can create, including many opportunities they never before considered
  • Take advantage of many opportunities in children’s writing and the basic formats needed for each
  • Use Picture Book Dummies to layout picture books to perfection
  • Use Idea Splats to find a “golden idea”
  • Plot a children’s novel using a solid, three-act structure with subplots and layers
  • Develop characters through unbreakable character triangles

In the second half, listeners learn about the business side of writing for children, including how to:

  • Work successfully with an editor
  • Gain insight into the children’s publishing process
  • Understand contracts, negotiation, rights, royalties and agents
  • Successfully market their children’s books
  • Create Query Letters and Cover Letters that get results
  • Craft compelling One Sheets for their children’s novels and interact with an editor or children’s book agent
  • Develop a killer Proposal that stands out from the slush pile and becomes an priceless tool for editors

With over 15 years of experience and more than 40 books published, Maselli combines his knowledge of writing children’s books—and getting them published—with his passion for helping people achieve their dreams.

To take advantage of this unparalleled system, which includes more than seven hours of teaching and a 78-page workbook, visit