Our Business Books for Writers series kicked off with Book 1, The Writer’s Business Plan, launched on Amazon and Kobo, March 10, 2016. The book is available as an e-book, print and soon in audio format. Book 2, Meeting the Writer’s Deadline, is now available on a wide variety of online retailers as an e-book. The print book will be released in May.
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Our mission is to teach business skills to writers who are serious about becoming writing entrepreneurs. The books in the series are written to be read and the worksheets, templates etc. completed in one weekend because, as a writing entrepreneur, Tonya knows your time is valuable. There are a lot of books written that describe how to become an
The books in the series are written to be read and the worksheets, templates etc. completed in one weekend because, as a writing entrepreneur, Tonya knows your time is valuable. There are plenty of books written that describe how to become an authorprenuer or how to self-publish or market a book. They are valuable. The Business Books for Writers focus on a single business topic in detail so you can go on and be successful implementing the advice in the larger, more general books.
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Thank you so much to everyone who supported The Write Stuff StoryBundle. I believe you will find this collection of books, on-line course, and discounts will be a real asset to your writing business. In addition to providing a great collection of books for writers, the bundle also supported a great charity. It was wonderful to see the support AbleGamers received from the bundle.
For the second year, Business Books for Writers was so pleased to have the opportunity to have a book in the bundle, Meeting the Writer’s Deadline. This book draws on Tonya’s background as Director of the Project Management Office at Suffolk University in Boston. If you struggle to meet your deadlines, whether self-imposed as an indie publisher or set by a contest, co-author or traditional publisher, then you will benefit from the advice, tips, and examples included in this book.
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Are you new to the writing business and still trying to figure out how you are going to make your publisher’s deadlines? Or worse: your own deadlines? Are you an experienced writer looking for ways to tweak your current process? Then look no further than Tonya Price’s new book Meeting The Writer’s Deadline. It is practical and contains advice you can apply to your work right now. I highly recommend it!
“Contains worksheets to make it easy to put your information together and a very positive, encouraging tone.”
“An essential resource for those of us still flying by the seat of our pants in business.”
“Clear and concise. I think this will be a useful resource for many writers.”
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