If you’re now in a comfortable groove of writing and publishing your own books, it’s time to step up your indie author operation and diversify – here’s why and how, by authorpreneur Karen Myers, drawing on her own experience
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Pick up top tips and inspiration from Clare Flynn, bestselling historical novelist, in this exclusive interview – especially helpful with ideas on how to remain productive and how to stay on top of the many admin tasks that come with being an authorpreneur.
Meet Rachel Amphlett, a dynamic and driven indie author of thrillers, who borrows strategies from her career in engineering project management to make her authorpreneurial business a huge success
Expert advice to help indie authors with tracking book sales to help them improve the success of their author business – from US fantasy writer Karen Myers.
In the third and final instalment of our really useful, clear guide to managing the profitability of your indie author business, authorpreneur Karen Myers talks about net income and how to calculate it.
In the second of really useful, clear guide to managing the profitability of your indie author business, authorpreneur Karen Myers talks about net income and how to calculate it.
Want to make your author business more profitable/cost-effective? Karen Myers’ new series on financial management for indie authors kicks off with a clear explanation of what gross income is, why you need to know yours, and how that data can help you.
Like to make more money from your books by creating custom editions? It’s especially relevant for non-fiction authors, but might also work for fiction. Read Sarah Rayner’s case study of how she repurposed a self-help book for markeing use by a top clinic.
A must-read post by Orna Ross explaining the crucial role of your creative assets will play in enabling you to build a successful career as an indie author. Make sure you understand what they are – and that you have control of them.
Running a business and being a creative needn’t be mutually exclusive if you follow Orna Ross’s advice and approach entrepreneurship in the same spirit as you do your writing