Julia Fellner

Storyteller, Authorpreneur & Consultant

Category: Authorpreneur (page 1 of 2)

Make writing your business: Become an authorpreneur


If you want to have a sustainable career as a writer, you also need to be an authorpreneur. You have to know the industry and run your own business like any other entrepreneur. Especially for people who are new to the industry and people who have never run a business before, this can be a daunting experience. But don’t worry, I’m here to help!

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  • Blog about advice on authorpreneruship and my own experiences
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Workshops


Writing WorkshopI have experience in mentoring writers as well as giving writing workshops to classroom-sized groups of people. I appreciate that every writer has a different way of working and therefore may need different advice from the next writer. That’s why I strive to tailor my writing workshops as much to your needs as possible.

Writing an Author Bio

Self-publishing Handbook: Author bioWhen people have finished reading your story, they might want to learn more about you. Depending on whether you are using a penname and how much you want to share about yourself your author bio could contain the following: Continue reading

Introduction to the Production Department

Self-publishing Handbook: The Production DepartmentIn this section of the series the production of a book will be covered. Therefore, I will talk about the various tasks, which would usually be done by the production department of a publishing house. Some of the blogs will apply to e-books and printed ones, while there will also be articles focusing on each of these two options separately.
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Finding an editor

Self-publishing HandbookConsidering that you are going to trust an editor with your story, which you have worked on for so long, you want to make the right choice.
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When to get a professional editor

Self-publishing Handbook: When to get a professional editorA professional editor is very likely going to be the biggest expense, therefore you want to make the right choice when and who you let edit your work.
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Self-editing the checklist

Self-publishing Handbook

Here’s a summary of what to watch out for when you edit your manuscript yourself. Next will be more information on how to find a professional editor.
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Self-editing Step III: proofread

Self-publishing HandbookIn this stage you sure the grammar, punctuation and syntax is correct. Since you are not an official copyeditor (and even if you are, you should have another professional editor look over your manuscript), this is probably more like what you would call proofreading.
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Self-editing Step II

Self-publishing HandbookIn this second step of self-editing you look at a smaller scale, directly at the language level. The questions below are only a beginning. Depending on your story, there might also be other issues you should pay special attention to.
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Self-editing Step I

Self-publishing HandbookIn the first step of self-editing you focus on story and characters, mostly ignoring the language because you need to keep in mind you might have to rewrite certain passages anyway.
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