What is Grace?

Do you ever feel hopeless? In quiet moments by yourself do believe gimthat all of the bad things you have done in life are beyond forgiveness? These are some hard questions to answer. In this episode of the Prepared Idiot Podcast we take a break form the Dumb Questions to ask some important ones.

 

 

 

 

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How to Write A Children’s Picture Book Part 3

 

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In this episode the Prepared Idiot concludes the three part series in publishing your own children’s picture book. In the first two parts of the series we did research for our book to decide what we are passionate about and what we can actually sell. We all also decided on the format of our book. But most of all Rich discovered that if you are going to publish straight to the Kindle you might as well self publish to a paper copy of the book. The cost is not that much more to create and you get a finished product to distribute. Continue reading

How to Create a Children’s Picture Book Part 2

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In this episode of the Prepared Idiot we continue down the path towards getting our children’s book on Amazon’s kindle. Since we last talked a few things have happened. First I published my first eBook to Wine Cover the Kindle. I did this to see how hard it would be to publish a standard text book so that later I can compare it to a fixed layout children’s book. If you would like a copy check out: The Prepared Idiot’s Guide to Buying and EnjoyingWine. If you would like a great looking cover like mine check this artist out Continue reading

How to Write a Children’s Picture Book for the Kindle

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Once upon a time                         there was an Idiot and he had always wanted to write a children’s picture book. He knew that ever getting his work published would be impossible because of the overlord publishers. They ruled with a mighty fist declaring with waves of there royal hands who could get there work to the masses and who could not.

Then one day from deep in the Amazon, a good and wise fairy emerged. Her mission was to set the creativity and opportunity free for anyone studied and worked hard enough. This fairy’s name was Kindle. Continue reading