“Learning the business side of selling your art is hard,” they say. An artist can’t learn business. An artist doesn’t want to learn how to do business. Their personality isn’t suited for business, and...
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Welcome to the Fall 2013 issue of the Author Entrepreneurship Magazine blog I created this magazine to help authors create sustainable and successful careers. It is my gift to you! This issue’s theme is Leadership...
Welcome to the Spring 2013 issue of the Author Entrepreneurship Magazine! I created this magazine to help authors create sustainable and successful careers. It is my gift to you! This month’s theme is Sales and Success Mindset.
Welcome to the February 2013 issue of the Author Entrepreneurship Magazine! I created this magazine to help authors create sustainable and successful careers. It is my gift to you! This month’s theme is Conferences and Workshops.
In my opinion, there is only one way for you to succeed as an author these days and that is to 1) write the best book you can; and 2) tell your raving fans about it. My coaching helps you with the former. This issue will help you do the latter.
Author Entrepreneur Magazine, September 2012 is out! This free online magazine is dedicated to helping authors create successful and sustainable careers. To be sure to get each month’s issue, subscribe to Creativity Sparks Newsletter in the right column, or subscribe at www.author-entrepreneur.com
Enjoy this Skype interview I did in May 2012 with Laura Howard. “My guest is author entrepreneur Beth Barany. Beth started her career helping writers get there message out into the world. As a certified Creativity Coach, she has a passion for helping authors build successful careers. She teaches through speaking, coaching and consulting with authors.
5 Ways You Can Gain More Opportunities By Just Being You 1. Be willing to share your truth with the world. People crave real stories and things they can relate to. Marina’s post has put people in tears.
Scan Twitter or Facebook streams, and you will see it over and over again, authors asking for people to support their book, to share it and promote it. Some will even write simply “Buy my book,” over and over again and wonder why nobody does. They are forgetting to add any kind of value to a potential reader’s life.
Let me say I am the type of writer who uses the “creative” method for writing a book. What this translates into is an endless stack of projects I’ve started, but never finished. The main point of this article isn’t so much that I finished a book in a week — it’s that I finished a book at all!
What does it take to be a successful author? It may not be what you think. Here’s the story from guest columnist, Karen Lenfestey, author of A Sister’s Promise.