Mari Ramirez, a local CPA, stopped by Indie Publishing Austin to give a group of writers a primer on accounting and tax advice. Very useful to authors or any small arts and craftsman trying to set up a creative business.
You may have convinced yourself that writers don't get paid much—what if a simple change in beliefs and tactics could lead you to abundance and success?
Acting is a sister science to writing. Learn how writers can benefit from understanding acting in order to more fully explore characters in their own work.
Understanding the freelance business model is key to solving the mystery of how to work with them: a Q&A with indie authors and self-publishers.
A lunch line pitch is a unique way to describe what you’re working on in 5 seconds that gets people actually interested in your book and asking questions. In this video, Scott James teaches a workshop on how to craft one.
Being an indie author is about more than coffee and creativity. It's also running a small business, which means sales, marketing, accounting, handling contractors, and much more.
Michael Bunker sold the film option for his novel, PENNSYLVANIA, to Jorgensen Pictures. Hear him talk about the experience in this video.
In this meetup, John talks about the mind-expanding power of traveling, how it benefits writers, how to travel on a budget, etc.
What aspects of a book does a buyer look at to determine whether they should put the book on their shelf or not? How does distribution work?
With the rise of digital publishing and the shift to buying books online, authors now have a new set of tools and opportunities to reach readers.