Thinking of things like an entrepreneur tends to improve the results. H/T to Charles French at https://charlesfrenchonwordsreadingandwriting.wordpress.com/
While I’ll be writing, I’m not participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWrMo) but I bet you are!
Congrats. If you are, perhaps this post is of double interest.
This summer, I wrote a blog post on:
In it, I gave a few basic bullet points on how to transform your writing into more of a business model. Since many of you enjoyed it, today, I’d like to follow up with preparing to publish the actual book.
In my first post, I defined an Authorprenuer as:
“A play on Entrepreneur, an Authorprenur is an author who has turned their work as a writer into a full-blown business.”
While every writer should adopt some elements of business (since writing is a business after all), Authorprenuership is distinct in that as an author you are interested in more than…
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