Writers teachers and students can create design and publish their own eBooks using our book building platform. So these are all the books that I are in process right now that I am working on. And if you click submitted, you'll see, these are books that have been submitted for review. And then if they were published and accepted into the library, the published books would show here. So I can review the books that I've begin began creating here. I also can open one of the books and make some changes to it. So for example, if I want to give this one, a title.
I can do that. There. I also have the option to edit the cover and add either, my own image or I can choose from one of our preloaded default images here. To add that cover to the book. I can go into the actual interface to add new chapters. And then once I have a chapter, I can. I start my story. I have the option to add pictures within the book. I can continue to add chapters. I can add a little author blurb about myself.
While I'm writing. I have this reading level analyzer, which if you click show analyzer, We'll actually measure the text as you're typing it in and show you if you were staying just right on the reading level that we're going for for this target audience. And you can see the high level stats right there on the side. And then I can preview, buy a book and see how it's looking from here. I also can always return to writing and then when I'm ready to submit it for review, I can select this. And I, and then our team will review the book. Once you have submitted it, you can always access the writing platform either by going to your dashboard. And selecting my writing. Where you'll come back to this, in-process book section, or you can go to right, and you can go to my book. So it will bring you to this exact same page. Or if you want to just go straight to starting a new book, you can. You can click that right. And you can start fresh here. If you want to read a little bit about how to craft these stories in a way that is on target for our readers, you can select these general author guidelines, which give you a sense of what we're looking for in our library. You also can, learn more about specific prompts for specific contest categories. By visiting our main contest page here. Which tells you about each of the grand prizes for the 20, 21 story of the year contest, and also has for each of those exemplar books, which you can view to see, other authors who have really hit that target really well. It also has specific prompts for each of the categories. So these are ideas and inspiration for writing, for the grand prize diversity category, for example, so we hope you enjoy creating your own books and, reach out to us at any time if you need support with it. Thank you.