SMART goals and pandemic responsiveness - it's time to get my butt in gear. Read more about how I set my goals for a better year ahead.
Watching the English didn't teach our friend to buy rounds, but it did teach me what nonfiction could be.
As a self-employed author, tax and accounting is definitely the second largest administrative overhead (after chasing freelance clients for invoice payments.) I set aside Friday afternoons to deal with my finances - largely because I'm pretty written out by then, and partly because I don't think it's a great idea to email anyone after 2 … Continue reading The Best form of Defence is a Tax (Adviser)
[Note that this blog post dates from October 2019. After strenuous work by the Society of Authors and its equivalents around the world, EU member states should transpose laws that make rights reversion a matter of statute under thanks to the new Copyright Directive. That means that authors in EU member states will have reversion … Continue reading Copyright, licenses, and reversion (oh my!)