Working as a musician and magician, as well as running my own companies providing entertainment for weddings parties and corporate events, I wrote a 'get comfy slow' book (as opposed to 'get rich quick'!) on my own triumphs and failures, File under business or humour.
But the experience of hiring someone else to convert the printed book into an electronic one was not an outstanding success, and I ended up having to do a lot of the work myself.
I suppose, being a slightly geeky pedantic nit-picker, I was never going to be totally happy not doing it all myself anyway.
Fellow authors started asking me to convert their books as well, and I remembered some excellent titles that were out of print so converted those as well. It seemed a shame not to use all that new-found knowledge.
By Paul Hurst
Published: March 23, 2011.
(5.00 from 1 review)
A practical, easy to read, step-by step guide for anyone hoping to start their own business. Many hands-on, ‘do-able’ tips and examples are given drawn from real life experience in a wide range of companies. Readers can make a success of any enterprise, as long as they do one simple thing: apply what they read!
By Paul Hurst
Published: March 17, 2011.
(4.50 from 4 reviews)
A quick and simple guide on how ebooks differ from their printed cousins, how you can create your own, and how you can cover pretty much the whole market using Smashwords and Amazon.
Has some low cost D.I.Y ideas, as well as minimum hassle options.
Revised in January 2012