If you’re just looking for a spot on the internet to offer prints for sale, then setting up a shop on an online marketplace is likely to be more suitable. You have two options here: you could choose a site that handles the printing, framing and shipping for you, like Fine Art America (http://fineartamerica.com), or use a site where you take care of everything instead, such as Etsy (www.etsy.com/uk/). Doing it yourself allows you to check each print before you ship it, although you will have the added hassle of arranging the printing, framing and posting yourself.
As for other money-generating projects that you can turn around in a month, how about making a commercial calendar? (You’ll need to get your skates on if you want to hit the window for 2015!) There are three routes here: first, you can make a straightforward photolicensing enquiry to an established calendar and postcard printing business such as Judges (www. judges.co.uk); second, you can print your own calendars through the likes of Bob Books (www.bobbooks.co.uk) and sell those yourself; or, the third option, try a print-on-demand service like Calvendo (www.calvendo.com), which also enables you to get your calendar listed on Amazon.