One-Page, One-Person: The Follow-up

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Last week I posted ‘A One-Page Business Plan for a One-Person Publishing Company’, and since then there’s been the usual deluge of comments, queries and requests in my inbox. Rather than answering everyone individually, I thought I’d collate all the extra information into a new post — so here we go. Hope this clears everything up!

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Founder and Chairman @valleypress, consultant in independent publishing. Based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK.

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Founder and Chairman @valleypress, consultant in independent publishing. Based in Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK.

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