Is there an age limit to publish a book?

Is there an age limit to publish a book?

In fact, many teens can participate in the editorial, legal, and marketing process – with the guidance of an adult, of course. So, how old do you have to be to publish a book? You can be any age, as long as there is an adult ready to help.

How old is the youngest author?

The youngest published author ever is considered to be Dorothy Straight, an American girl who wrote and illustrated “How the World Began” in 1962 at the age of four. It was published two years later, but wasn’t a chapter book and never got a sequel. Zeng’s first book was written when he was only 8 years old.

Can I publish a book as a teenager?

So, you want to publish a novel, and you think you’re too young, but you’re wrong. Anyone can write books, regardless of age, and teens can definitely create and publish novels, just as well as, if not better than, some adults.

What books should a 14 year old read?

8 Uniquely Appealing Books for 13- and 14-Year-Old BoysUnbroken (The Young Adult Adaptation) by Laura Hillenbrand. Holes. by Louis Sachar. The Martian (Classroom Edition) by Andy Weir. Guys Write for Guys Read: Boys’ Favorite Authors Write About Being Boys. by Jon Scieszka. Thieving Weasels. by Billy Taylor. The Last Mission. by Harry Mazer. Russian Roulette. by Anthony Horowitz. Heat.

Are there any kid authors?

Six-year-old Christopher Beale polished off his first novel, This and Last Season’s Excursions, over lunch when his mother asked him to write her a story. The 1,500-word, five-chapter tale about a boy and his stuffed animals also nabbed him the Guinness World Record for youngest child author.