Category: Author Advice

Crowdfunding for UK Creatives

Crowdfunding advice and options for UK Creatives explored by author and illustrator Andrew Buller including Just Giving, Patreon, KickStarter, Crowdfunder and Unbound.

I have recently embarked on my own crowdfunding project and wanted to put together a post on the most useful information I have found in the hope it will be helpful to others. Supporting other Creatives I am passionate about

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Andrew Buller Books

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

Over the last seven years I have learnt a great deal about the world of publishing. I have read widely, listened to many podcasts, watched numerous YouTube tutorials and gleaned invaluable information from a variety of websites. It is now

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Introducing “But Nana”

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

It has been my pleasure here at Andrew Buller Books to work with Patricia M Brookhouse over the last number of months to turn her manuscript into her first published book. This charming tale explores God in creation and God

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The Art Of Publishing

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

My name is Andrew Buller and I am author of the children’s picture book series The Rhymers. Within this piece I share my writing journey, as well as the tools and techniques I have used to successfully self-publish my books;

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Why I love my job…

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

As I stood in the woods near my home this morning I was struck by just how much I love what I do! To be establishing as a writer, illustrator, author is totally awesome! Yet that has not always been the

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Becoming An Author

Blog from children's author, illustrator, publisher and speaker Andrew Buller

It’s a great thing when you can finally turn to someone who asks “what do you do?” and reply “I’m an author!” It is what I have dreamed of becoming for many years now. It is something I have worked

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