Business Books for Writers
The Writer’s Business Plan
The Writer’s Business Plan is a book for those writers who may or may not have a background in business but have NEVER started their own business.
The goal of the book is to get writers to understand all the business aspects of starting a business to make money so you can pursue your writing over the long term. You may have been writing a long time, but now you want to make money at your writing. This book helps you define and achieve your business goals by guiding you through developing a strategy using Worksheets and Templates.
The Writer’s Business Plan provides the guidance and tools you need to build a full-time writing career.
This is a fun book for those who break into a sweat thinking about strategies, finances and marketing plans. If you fall into that category, read this book first, then get The Writer’s Business Plan to take your plan to the next level.
This is a nice companion book to The Writer’s Business Plan. Business for Authors gives you an overview of the various issues you encounter as a writer wanting to start a business. Read this book and then use The Writer’s Business Plan with its worksheets and plan template to create a business plan to use as your road map to business success as a writer.
Missing your Indie publishing goals? Losing money by delivering work late to sub-contractors? Struggling to write more than one book per year? Spend a weekend with “Meeting the Writer’s Deadline” and learn to deliver your work on time.
“Meeting the Writer’s Deadline” teaches you how to:
•Juggle writing, marketing, and production deadlines to grow your writing business
•Free your Creative Mind and finish on time
•Avoid procrastination and reduce deadline stress
•Forecast costs to stay within budget
•Develop a post-project process for future success
Be a writing entrepreneur – and reap the business benefits that come with meeting your deadlines.
Productivity for Creative People: How to Get Creative Work Done in an “Always on” World by Mark McGuinness
Unlike Meeting the Writer’s Deadline which helps you create a process for completing your work on time, this book covers a lot of issues that creatives must deal with it as they try to get their work done.
Manage Your Day-To-Day: Build Your Routine, Find Your Focus & Sharpen Your Creative Mind, Jocelyn K. Glei (Editor)
This book is a collection of essays that will give make you think about your bad habits and how to change them. Prepare to have your ah-ha moments as you read these thought-provoking articles.