My Little Secret for Creating Content That Engages Little Readers

My Little Secret for Creating Content That Engages Little Readers
A long time ago I was given one of the best writer's gifts that I still have on my desk to this day. It doesn't matter how much experience you have as an author, you could always use a fresh take on some of the words you use to write children's books, articles, sales copy, books, or novellas. When I received my first Roget's thesaurus, it was like I received a cheat-sheet to upgrade my words to sound more professional. Once I decided to go full-time classic kids books, I needed to actually do a complete about-face with the way my words come across is these stories.

In order to develop popular children's books, the words must not only make sense for these little kids, they need to understand exactly what I am trying to say. It took me a while to understand the vocabulary a preschool child could really understand, and this thesaurus was instrumental in helping me to select better words that fit the story but allowed little ones to easily follow along. I remember the day I received this awesome gift, and it continues to be one of my writing resources that I can not rave enough about. Even if you use the book once a month, it is worth the price a hundred times over.

In order to ensure that kids read books online easily, I love using my thesaurus to make use of words they can connect with. The more popular nursery rhymes I write, the easier it becomes to write at a toddler level. If I ever hit a speed bump, I simply reach over and grab this book for help. All these years later I still find fun words that help me to tell my stories. If you are an aspiring author, or you are looking for a great gift for writers, this thesaurus is something that will certainly go to good use. The price for this little book is minimal and will make a return on investment several thousand times over. Grab your thesaurus today and place it on the corner of your writer's desk, it will be one of your invaluable writing resources.

No comments:

Post a Comment