posted on Feb, 23 2016 @ 12:08 PM
a reply to: PhantomOrion
One last thing I'd like to add... There a piece of advice I've heard from an older entertainer, but I think can apply essentially across any form of
When writing children's books you gotta consider you are producing a product that's going into homes, and that will have some impact on its readers,
adults included. Would you feel comfortable having your material in the hands of your kids or closest child relatives?
"Ed Wynn, a wonderful old comedian, gave me good advice. He said "make it simple" and "you’re going into somebody’s home, so don’t be
insulting." - Alan Young
edit on 23-2-2016 by PhantomOrion because: Add