What Caroline Can Say About The Kindle Publishing Income Program

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Hello, my name is Caroline Harrison. I live on the south coast of England near Portsmouth, but originally I’m from London. I worked for 21 years as a television subtitler, subtitling feature programs for the hard-of-hearing, and the odd bit of translation.
In 2016, I left subtitling to join a small charity, and I was doing general administration work, a lot of editing for the in-house magazine, all of which skills have come in quite handy for this course. And how I came to this course was in 2021 in October, the charity folded due to the effects of lockdowns and the pandemic.
One morning, a couple of weeks after I was served with notice of redundancy and panicking slightly, one of Sophie’s adverts popped up on YouTube. I decided to go for it. I signed up for the course and with some trepidation, paid my money, and that was end of October, 2021. So it has been a very steep learning curve, and I can’t pretend to have mastered all the steps yet, but I have now finished all the core modules, and in this year I’ve produced and published four nonfiction history genre books.

I think it’s fair to say that at the end of the first year, I do feel a much greater sense of purpose now. I feel like I know what I want to do with my future career, even though at this stage it’s not profitable, I’m very enthusiastic about it. I would like to produce hundreds of books, and once the money starts rolling in, that’s exactly what I’ll be doing. When I’m profitable enough, I’ll write my own book. That would be the ultimate dream.

But what I would say to anybody thinking about choosing Sophie’s course, is that it’s not just a series of dead video modules that are static and that get outdated after time. They’re being updated. It’s not only that, you get access to a weekly Q&A session and also a weekly presentation, so you feel like you’re being kept up to date with the latest. And they’re fun, they’re friendly. The coaches, I feel like you get to know them, and that offers that little bit extra. But I look forward to really cranking up, as Sophie puts it, in 2023. So good luck everybody, and go for it.

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