How children´s book author and director John E. Brito´s first fantasy book “Below the Floor” came to be.
I moved into another office room some months ago. It is a smaller office now, and the rent is more expensive, but in the place I am now I can […]
Some days ago, my brother Jim (if you remember: he is my favourite victim when it comes to get together a crew for one of my short films) sent me […]
Publishing your own book is a lot of work. As you move on, you keep encountering new hurdles on a weekly basis. Like: There was something wrong with your registration […]
Sorry for being late again with the new blog post. Life and work has been very busy the last weeks. Apart from working on a big animation gig, I am […]
The perfect job for a creative person is doing the stuff he/she loves while getting paid for it. But sometimes this is not possible. In this post, you will learn […]
The returning readers among you might know that I am currently getting my first children’s book (Below the Floor) into print. I am waaay behind my initial schedule. Mostly because […]
So here we are in the next round of bringing a cutie to life. If you have missed the first two rounds you can check them out in this post. […]
Behind the scenes of creating a cartoon character for a wellknown communication brand.
Some weeks ago, I had some meetings with business consultants who I had asked to check my book project from a financial point of view (after having gotten valuable feedback […]
As I am pushing forward with my children’s book project, I – in retrospect – keep making mistakes. Or putting it another way: Things I will do different next time. […]
2) Marketing Advantage of a Traditional Publisher After a publisher has accepted your manuscript and has edited it into a printable book, he will hopefully promote your book, but will […]