Jane Cable

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Name: Jane Cable
Date registered: August 1, 2014

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  1. Business of Books: Jane Cable interviews designer and digital marketing specialist Aimee Coveney — May 17, 2017
  2. The Business of Books: Bursting the Book Bubble — May 10, 2017
  3. Business of Books: Jane Cable talks to author & book designer Christine Hammacott — May 3, 2017
  4. The Business of Books: The Taxman Cometh… Or Does He? — April 27, 2017
  5. The Business of Books: Passion For Publishing — April 19, 2017

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May 17

Business of Books: Jane Cable interviews designer and digital marketing specialist Aimee Coveney

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: BETTER BY DESIGN Jane Cable interviews designer and digital marketing specialist Aimee Coveney What is your book-related job or business? I started out by opening my own freelance design consultancy after finding my niche of working with industry professionals and directly with authors themselves. I am now co-founder of Bookollective and run …

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May 10

The Business of Books: Bursting the Book Bubble

Jane Cable on Bookbub and other promotions Another You has been on promotion again; partly thanks to Endeavour Press and partly off my own bat. When I heard the price would be dropped to 99p/99c for a good chunk of April in readiness for a Bookbub promotion I thought it would be worthwhile experimenting a …

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May 03

Business of Books: Jane Cable talks to author & book designer Christine Hammacott

Jane Cable talks to author and book designer Christine Hammacott   How much of your working life does the business of books take up? The business of books is extremely varied these days. Being an author doesn’t just involve writing a book. It can involve research, editing, marketing and promotion, social media, blogging, events and book festivals, …

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Apr 27

The Business of Books: The Taxman Cometh… Or Does He?

Jane Cable on taxing income from writing The first royalty cheque, the first receipts from Amazon – those are exciting moments for any writer. But in the slightly bewildered ‘wow – someone’s paid to read my book’ moment, whether you need to pay tax on the income is the furthest thing from your mind. First let me …

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Apr 19

The Business of Books: Passion For Publishing

This week I’m genuinely excited to welcome Karen Sullivan, the powerhouse behind the most talked-about independent publisher in the UK   1)   What is your book related job or business? I am publisher and owner of Orenda Books, an independent publisher that specializes in literary fiction, with a heavy emphasis on crime thrillers and about half …

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Apr 12

The Business of Books: Ready, Steady – Write!

Jane Cable on writing competitively Writing is not generally a competitive pastime; in fact, as I was saying in my last column, it’s a mutually supportive one. Yet writing competitions are forever popular and it’s probably the one time that pencils are sharpened into threatening points as we pit our wonderful words against those of …

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Apr 05

How To Have More Than 100 Titles Published

This week I talk to multi-published and multi-talented author and writing tutor, Karen King.   How much of your working life does the business of books take up? The short answer is all of it! Writing – and teaching writing – is how I earn my living.  So every day I’m either writing, visiting schools to …

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Mar 29

The Business of Books: The Feeling’s Mutual

The Business of Books: The Feeling’s Mutual Jane Cable muses support from other writers I had a very interesting conversation on Thursday. At the Romantic Novelists’ Association Cornish Chapter lunch we fell to talking about how best to market our books. None of us felt we had a firm grasp of what worked and what …

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