Are You A Writer, Author Or A Real Authorpreneur?

by Derek Haines  on Just Publishing Advice:

What makes an authorpreneur?

Being a writer or author is one matter, but being able to promote, market, sell and profit from your writing as well, is another, and this is what often defines being an authorpreneur.

While there are many writers and authors nowadays, there are relatively few true authorpreneurs. Why?

Because it is a really tough business and for many writers, being in business is not what they want to do.

For most authorpreneurs, it is a full-time job and involves a lot more than simply writing content or ebooks.

So, what makes an authorpreneur so different from an author or writer?

The 11 key attributes of an authorpreneur

 

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4 thoughts on “Are You A Writer, Author Or A Real Authorpreneur?

  1. I guess I am not an Authorpreneur and at this stage in my life, I’m not striving to be one. I’m retired and do my writing to stimulate my aging brain, communicate with people of like mind, and self-enjoyment (e.g. hobby). It’s nice to sell a few books and make some money. It feeds the ego that I can do something I never considered in the past. In saying all this, for younger individuals, Derek’s advice and analysis are right on the mark. Good post.

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