Jane Cable

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Name: Jane Cable
Date registered: August 1, 2014

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  1. The Business of Books: Back to Basics — February 15, 2017
  2. The Business of Books With Jane Cable: David Ledain — February 8, 2017
  3. The Business of Books: Giving it all Away — February 1, 2017
  4. The Bookshop Owner Jane Cable talks to Sandra Foy — January 25, 2017
  5. The Business of Books – 18.1.17 — January 18, 2017

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Feb 15

The Business of Books: Back to Basics

Jane Cable reaches a scary moment with her next manuscript More often than not my own blogs for The Business of Books focus on the process of being published and on marketing, marketing, and more marketing. For any writer, particularly one clinging onto a day job as well, it sometimes seems that the actual business of creating …

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Feb 08

The Business of Books With Jane Cable: David Ledain

This week Jane Cable interviews David Ledain about why he believes he can sell more self-help than fiction and why he decided to turn his own experiences into a book. Find out more about David at www.gaydad.co.uk. I am a gay dad and to protect those I love I write using the penname – David …

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Feb 01

The Business of Books: Giving it all Away

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Jane Cable’s Another You goes on free download on Amazon… Two weeks ago I wrote about trying to be empirical in judging the results of marketing – and also that Another You would be on free promotion. While an ideal opportunity to see if I could actually learn what worked and what didn’t, it felt …

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Jan 25

The Bookshop Owner Jane Cable talks to Sandra Foy

This week Jane Cable talks to Sandra Foy, a bookseller living in Manchester who is also a book blogger, blogging at readingwrites.wordpress.com. She love crime books and watching cricket. What is your writing related job or business? I am a bookseller who owns a shop in Urmston Manchester. This time last year my only connection with …

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Jan 18

The Business of Books – 18.1.17

Since Another You saw the light of day almost a month ago much of my writing life has been taken over by marketing, interspersed with periods of panic that I’m not marketing enough, or that I’m doing the wrong things. It’s actually very hard to tell what works, however empirical you try to be, so …

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Jan 11

Business of Books: Claire Dyer

Claire Dyer is a novelist and poet from Reading, Berkshire. Her novels are published by Quercus and her poetry collections are published by Two Rivers Press. She likes love stories and cheese! How much of your working life does the business of books take up? I’d say all of it. Until recently I balanced my …

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Jan 04

The Business of Books

Throughout 2017 I’ll be alternating my own blog posts with interviews with other authors and book business insiders. I have a background in business myself, having trained as a chartered accountant and run my own company for the last sixteen years and when I embarked on my career as an author it was comforting to …

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Dec 28

Best Endeavours Business Best Practice: Jane Cable On what happens once that publishing deal is in the bag continues

BEST ENDEAVOURS Jane Cable’s blog about what happens once that digital publishing deal is in the bag continues. BUSINESS BEST PRACTICE So there we have it: from a deal signed in August to the perhaps untimely escape of the book just before Christmas – the first part of Another You’s story is complete. But in …

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