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Search: "A Business Plan for Indie Authors"

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A Business Plan for Indie Authors--Part Three

****This post was originally published on The Writer’s Guide to ePublishing on October 7, 2012**** This is the third part of a three part series on MY business plan as a self-published author. Just remember, what works for me, or is important to me, may not work for you. My hope is if you are a self-published author, this will [...]

A Business Plan for Indie Authors--Part Two

****This post was originally published on The Writer’s Guide to ePublishing on October 6, 2012**** This is the second part of a three part series on MY business plan as a self-published author. Read Part One here Just remember, what works for me or is important to me may not work for you. My hope is if you are a [...]

A Business Plan for Indie Authors--Part One

****This post was originally published on The Writer's Guide to ePublishing on October 5, 2012**** This is the first part of a three part series on MY business plan as a self-published author. So many people have heard about my twenty-three page business plan and 1) wondered how I found enough material to fill twenty-three pages 2) heard I wrote [...]

IndieReCon 2013 in Two Weeks-- Don't Miss It!

  As you may or may not know, IndieReCon starts in less than 2 weeks from Feb 19th  - Feb 21st. The free conference features over 25 guests that will discuss the nuts and bolts of self publishing from the pros/cons all the way through marketing and being a bestselling author. Here it is - 20 reasons why you should [...]

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Indie Publishing Denise is represented by Jim McCarthy of Dystel & Goderich. Everyday I receive questions about being an Indie author and while I would love to answer everyone's questions individually, time prevents me from doing so. But I have heard all your questions and put together a series of posts called A Business Plan for Indie Authors. It deals [...]

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