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TICK-TOCK: Timelines in the Author Business Plan

Writers In The Storm welcomes back literary attorney, Susan Spann, with her next installment of her  author’s business plan series. By Susan Spann Today we take the discussion of author business plans “on the clock” with section five of the … Continue reading

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Your Author Business Plan: Compare, Contrast And Conquer

Writers In The Storm welcomes back literary lawyer, Susan Spann with her next installment of her blog series on the author’s business plan. By Susan Spann Thank you for joining me again on our trek through writing an author business … Continue reading

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7 Steps To Writing An Author Business Plan by Susan Spann

Writers In The Storm is delighted to welcome back Susan Spann with another amazing post covering all the legal bits of information we writers need to know. Susan has delved into everything from publishing choices to a quick overview of … Continue reading

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Lining Up The Ducks: Writing An Author Business Plan

By Susan Spann It’s autumn, time to get organized! Words like “organization” and “business plan” throw many accomplished writers into fits – but every author should write a business plan – and this guest-blog series is going to teach you … Continue reading

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One World, Many Authors…How Does It Work?

All of us at WITS do our best to bring you information about every aspect of today’s publishing. Today’s post delves into a unique project, and New York Times bestselling author, Deb Holland, is here to tell you all about it — … Continue reading

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WHO WILL YOU TRUST? Wills in Author Estate Planning

Susan Spann joins us again for the second in her series about protecting your writing and your author rights in your estate planning. Even though many of us don’t like to think about that particular future, it’s an important part … Continue reading

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The Cheese Factor: Keep the “Cheesiness” Out of Your Author Website

We have a treat for you today. Kerry Lonsdale is a writer and a marketing and techno-guru. She’s here to keep you from website embarrassment. Here she is: Cheesy websites. You know the ones I’m referring to. The music that … Continue reading

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The Three Stages of Author Marketing

We welcome back contributing guest, Susan Spann, with Part 3 of her Author Business Plans series.  If you missed  Part 1 or Part 2, they’re just a click away. by Susan Spann Today we continue our trek through Author Business … Continue reading

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GETTIN’ BUSY WITH IT –Business Decisions for Publishing Careers

Following NYT author, Susan Squires’ post about the logic behind herchoice (if you missed it, you can read it here) I thought our in-house attorney’s blog is a perfect compliment! By Susan Spann How does an author choose between traditional … Continue reading

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A Spring Thank You from WITS: Promo Made Easy…

by Jenny Hansen As the March blog mistress here at WITS, I’m taking a page out of my personal blog‘s playbook and marking the beginning of Spring with a celebration of you. You’re going to get the chance to come … Continue reading

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