Don’t know your production budgets from your income projections? In this introduction to the basics of business planning for authors, Kimberly Grabas of Your Writing Platform explains her writer-friendly approach. Softening the corporate jargon, but not shying away from the necessary, this business plan offers a way to explore, understand and grow your publishing and writing. Includes: a free downloadable workbook to guide you through the business planning process.Watch this #IAF16 Session: Indie Author Business Plan Basics @writerplatform http://bit.ly/2dqWM6F Click To Tweet
The Indie Author Business Plan – The Basics: Kimberley Grabas
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Yet again, this year has flown by! This month we will be looking back at the top posts on the Alliance of Independent Authors blog. So, don't worry if you've missed some of our weekly advice, guidance and case studies, we'll be rounding them all up this month. And this week, we're kicking off with a selection of the best self-publishing business and planning advice covered in the blog from 2023.
My ALLi author guest this episode is Sarah Ziegel, who has four children with autism. Sarah successfully navigated through the educational system to get the best care for her kids. It's that success that brought questions from other parents. So, to answer the many questions they had, she's published two books on navigating through the emotional, educational, and legal landscape of autism.
Penguin Random House has jumped on the bandwagon with its Inklore imprint, which will specialise in seeking out the most successful webcomic titles in this immensely popular format and bringing them to a print audience.