Like, use what is right in front of me. There’s not a long learning curve with a program I already know. Duh!
This appears to be a lesson I seem destined to learn the hard way over and over.
After spending all day, and I do mean all day, researching and downloading various programs I figured out what I’d been using was the best all along. Go back to the tried and true.
All that time wasted. Sometimes I’m so hard-headed.
However, one good thing did come out of it.
I came across a valuable post filled with information. Information that I did need.
Do you know how many pages a children’s picture book should have?
Do you know how it should be constructed? Exactly?
You see, my editor had just suggested I make up a dummy of my new children’s book before going in further. She thought a dummy might help me get a handle on the correct size of the book and the illustrations.
So I guess my day wasn’t wasted after all.
Thanks, Ms. Lazar for this timely bit of info. With your post maybe I’ll avoid a lot of mistakes.
Now this dummy is off to lay out a dummy of
“A Most Reluctant Princess.”
I hope some of y’all find the information as helpful as I did. If you did, talk to me…