Jane Cable

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Name: Jane Cable
Date registered: August 1, 2014

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  1. Business Of Books: Jane Cable talks to publishing polymath, Liz Barnsley — August 16, 2017
  2. A Break From Business: Holiday Reading: Jane Cable on fiction from Cornwall, her adopted county — August 9, 2017
  3. Business of Books: Going Up! Jane Cable on the importance of the elevator pitch — August 2, 2017
  4. The Business of Books: Jane Cable meets Sunday Times bestseller, Elaine Everest — July 26, 2017
  5. Business of Books: Jane Cable writes from the Romantic Novelists’ Association Conference — July 19, 2017

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Aug 16

Business Of Books: Jane Cable talks to publishing polymath, Liz Barnsley

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: LOVING BOOKS, LIVING BOOKS Jane Cable talks to publishing polymath, Liz Barnsley What is your book related job or business? First of all I’m a reader and reviewer with my own website, Liz Loves Books  – all done for the love of it. On the professional side I work freelance as a submission reader for …

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Aug 09

A Break From Business: Holiday Reading: Jane Cable on fiction from Cornwall, her adopted county

The question I’m asked most frequently since moving to Cornwall is ‘so are you going to write a Cornish book now?’ The answer is that I’m in no hurry to, but in that I seem to be alone and with so much fiction set in the county I thought I’d pick out a few which …

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Aug 02

Business of Books: Going Up! Jane Cable on the importance of the elevator pitch

Jane Cable on the importance of the elevator pitch It is indeed true that the word is getting shorter. Everything reduced to bitesize for folks in too much of a hurry to stop and listen, hungry to gulp down as many tweet-sized pieces of information as possible. This is not entirely a bad thing. The …

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Jul 26

The Business of Books: Jane Cable meets Sunday Times bestseller, Elaine Everest

THE BUSINESS OF BOOKS: SPREADSHEETS & SAGAS Jane Cable meets Sunday Times bestseller, Elaine Everest How much of your working life does the business of books take up?   I can honestly say that books take up all my life. When I’m not writing I’m teaching novel writing to my talented students at The Mick Jagger Centre …

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Jul 19

Business of Books: Jane Cable writes from the Romantic Novelists’ Association Conference

Business of Books: State of the Nation Jane Cable writes from the Romantic Novelists’ Association ConferenceI’m conferenced out. There, I’ve said it now. Suffering from serious information overload but in a very good way. So many fascinating sessions, so many interesting new people to meet. And so much wine to drink – the organisers ordered …

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Jul 12

The Business of Books or Not: Jane Cable talks to Abby Endler about book blogging for love

Jane Cable talks to Abby Endler about book blogging for love   1) What is your book-related job or business? I run Crime by the Book, a crime fiction review website and its associated social media accounts. My largest platform is on Instagram (@crimebythebook), where I take photos of the books I’m reading and provide …

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Jul 05

The Business of Books: Jane Cable Gets Distracted But Finds She is Not Alone

Jane Cable gets distracted but finds she is not alone It’s a small miracle you are reading this article at all, to be honest – and great credit to writer friends who have rallied around to provide me with some content. The thing is, last week I moved house. Long distance and for the first …

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Jun 28

Business of Books: Jane Cable talks to Barbara Copperthwaite, Bookouture’s latest best-selling author

Business of Books: Planning for successJane Cable talks to Barbara Copperthwaite, Bookouture’s latest best-selling author How much of your working life does the business of books take up? It’s almost a 50/50 split. A huge part of the business of books is social media activity. Networking with fellow authors and bloggers, and interacting with readers …

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