Jane Cable

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Name: Jane Cable
Date registered: August 1, 2014

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  1. The Business of Books: Publish and Don’t be Damned — June 21, 2017
  2. The Business of Books: Fresh Endeavours — June 14, 2017
  3. The Business of Books: A Taste for Romance | Jane Cable visits a Choc Lit roadshow — June 7, 2017
  4. Business of Books: Behind the Best-seller Jane Cable Meets Rosanna Ley — May 31, 2017
  5. Festival Fun: Jane Cable puzzles over how best to publicise a local event — May 24, 2017

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Jun 21

The Business of Books: Publish and Don’t be Damned

Jane Cable’s big lessons from self publishing At the moment I’m juggling. Even more than ever with a house move and Chindi’s talks at the Festival of Chichester both approaching at a frightening pace. And juggling means making the best use of my time, so when I was thinking about the biggest lessons I’ve learnt …

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Jun 14

The Business of Books: Fresh Endeavours

The Business of Books: Fresh Endeavours  Jane Cable talks to former publishing director of Endeavour Press, Amy Durant, at the start of her freelance career 1) What is your book related job or business? Until earlier this month I was Publishing Director of Endeavour Press, but I have just left to move into freelance work, …

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Jun 07

The Business of Books: A Taste for Romance | Jane Cable visits a Choc Lit roadshow

Jane Cable visits a Choc Lit roadshow As regular readers of this column will know, I’ve been keeping my eye on Choc Lit for a while. As a writer of romance, you simply can’t ignore them; they’re up there, they’re out there – and they have a definite brand. It’s this clear branding which draws …

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May 31

Business of Books: Behind the Best-seller Jane Cable Meets Rosanna Ley

This week I am especially delighted to welcome one of my favourite writers, best-selling author Rosanna Ley. 1)      How much of your working life does the business of books take up? Pretty much all of it! I work full time from home: writing, researching, editing, writing publicity material and taking part in events and occasionally doing …

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May 24

Festival Fun: Jane Cable puzzles over how best to publicise a local event

I don’t know if it’s just me, but as a writer I’ve become so locked into digital marketing that asking me to promote something tangible and local leaves me scratching my head. Although Chindi Authors were always going to run a series of events at this summer’s Festival of Chichester I hadn’t really envisaged joining …

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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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