A common question that people ask other writers is, “Can you edit your own book?” The short answer, no. Hear Rachel Coker, teenage author of “Chasing Jupiter” and “Interrupted”, explain why you can’t edit your own book:
Have you ever thought about writing as a business? With the amazing advancements in the digital publishing industry, it’s now possible for you to self-publish your own book of poems, short stories, or even a novel! The cost for Self-publishing is relatively low!
If you’re thinking about starting a micro business as an author, you should check out my series of books, Micro Business for Teens. In the first book, Starting a Micro Business, I discuss how you can setup your own successful business. I walk you through writing out a business plan and the potential problems that can arise from a business.
In my second book, Running a Micro Business, you learn more about the sales and marketing side of running a micro business. This is very important for authors if they want to sell more books.
Finally in my third book, Money and Taxes in a Micro Business, I discuss filing for federal and state income tax. Also mentioned is sales taxes and whether or not you need to collect it. This is very important when selling books! You’ll also learn about setting up your tax id, something many self-publishing print-on-demand companies require! Check out my books today and start your micro business for success!