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Money-Making Business Models For Writers: The Book
You are selling books but aren't earning enough to quit your day job?
Your book is published! Congratulations. How do you turn that sale into a career as a writer?
You have a published a lot of books but aren’t making much money. How do you maximize your income?
You need a business model. Not a business plan, which is your strategy for how you will run your writing business, but a plan for how you will make money from your writing.
Spend this weekend with Money-Making Business Models For Writers and learn how to generate sales now and in the future.
Discover how to:
- Produce additional revenue with each book you publish.
- Develop a unique business model based on your interests and where you are in your writing journey.
- Make 6,7 or 8 figure incomes from your writing.
- Learn how to evaluate the potential of new ideas for earning money from your writing to avoid mistakes.
- Tell your business model story and use it to maximize your income potential from your writing.
Tonya D. Price holds an MBA from Cornell University. She is the founder of three companies, including Magnolia Lane Press. She has published short fiction across numerous genres. Her short story, “Payback” from Fiction River’s Hard Choices Anthology was chosen to be included in Best American Mystery Stories 2019.
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Tonya Price is a published mystery and thriller writer as well as the author of the Business Books for Writers Series. She is the founder of StrategicIdeas, a successful web design firm acquired by UltraNet Communications. She also founded Tonya Price Consulting and is the founder of Magnolia Lane Press. Tonya spent 35 years in the high tech/Internet industry in Customer Service, Marketing, Web Operations, and Project Management acquiring all the knowledge a self-publisher needs to run their own company. Tonya has a BA from Oberlin University and an MBA from Cornell University.