Morning! I just wanted to chime in and say that decorating ability and business ability are 2 completely separate topics. Running a cake business sounds glamorous but it is extremely hard and requires you to be pulled in many directions - and the first direction if you think you want to do this is to find what legal requirements you need to abide to in your area. In many areas you can't just make and sell food from your house, you must cook from commercial kitchens or if you cook from your house there are still permits and licences and a laundry list of what you can and cannot make. Lots of places it's totally legal to cook from your house and the list is small and requirements are minimal, some places in the world there are no requirements and you can do whatever you want. So if you want to run a business, I highly recommend you start with doing that part of the research first, especially if you want to at least pay yourself minimum wage. There is a market for high end perfect looking expensive cakes and there is a market for people are looking for entry level decorators at a low pricepoint. But I can't stress enough that if you think you want to make money selling cakes, you have to be a business person first - always first. You can always improve your decorating abilities but if you start your business side wrong, it's much harder to fix.
And yes, if you haven't already, please post your cake in the Cake Club (upload it to the galleries, then post the link to the gallery in the cake club), I started it and have been super busy and haven't participated in a bit but I'll try and pop over there and catch up on a few pages if I can.
Best of luck!