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Create Your Book Business Plan is the second book in Rochelle Carter's The Authorpreneur's Guide to Publishing. In book 1, you learned how to polish your manuscript, and in book 2, you will learn how to make a business plan for your book. After all, selling books is a kind of business and if you ignore the business aspect of being a writer, then it is likely that you will not be able to touch many people with your books - because they will never even know that your books exist.
Create Your Book Business Plan is a compact eBook and gives you some very important information on how to get started with becoming a successful author who not only writes books, but who also sells them (no matter which kind of publishing you choose). In this book, you will learn how to identify your target audience, how to reach that target audience, and how to make a proper plan for your book business. This will not only help you to become successful in the long run, but it will also give you a better idea about what you are actually doing. You will become more aware of what it means to be an author, and all the jobs that are attached to being an author.
I found it very interesting to learn about the business side of being a writer. It is not just about being creative when it comes to writing. Your job is not done once you have written "The End" - and Rochelle Carter shows you all you need to know to create your own happy end when it comes to book sales.