The Profitable Writer: Managing the Writer's Money” will teach you how to understand and use three simple forms that provide the information you need to keep your writing business profitable. Included are sources of funding, grants, sales tax information and tools that simplify the money side of your business.
Are your expenses rising? Are your book sales dropping each month? Do you live in fear of an IRS audit? Managing your money is the key to growing your writing business.
The Profitable Writer: Managing the Writer's Money teaches you how to use three simple business forms to understand where your money is going. Learn how to control your spending, how much cash you have to work with and which of your writing projects are contributing most to your dream of being a full-time writer.
Written in clear language without finance jargon, The Profitable Writer: Managing the Writer's Money shows you how to create and follow a budget and where to find money to supplement your book sales so you can keep writing.
DISCOVER HOW TO:
Create and stay within your budget
Track the money you spend and earn
Use three financial statements to alert you to adjustments you need to make to stay profitable
An overview of raising money through crowdfunding, and grants
Discover books, podcasts, blogs and online tools to simplify your money management
The Profitable Writer: Managing the Writer's Money will show you in a weekend how to track your expenses, your cash and your profitability so you can concentrate on what you love most: your writing.
What they are saying!
“The Profitable Writer is a great, easy to read handbook on the basics of managing your money. From bank accounts to balance sheets, this book helps you not only understand those concepts but also offers you constructive tips on maximizing the financial side of your writing business while avoiding common pitfalls.” —C.A. Rowland, Author
“If you’re a serious writer who intends to make a business out of your writing, the newest book in the Business Books for Writers series—The Profitable Writer—is a must read. Tonya knows how to take a topic most writers abhor and break that topic down into digestible bites. From cash flow and balance sheets to taxes and beyond, she provides guidelines and resources simple enough for an accountophobic like me to follow!”— Louisa Swann, Author
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Tonya Price is a published mystery and thriller short story writer as well as the author of the Business Books for Writers Series. Her thriller short story, “Payback” was selected for The Best American Mystery Stories of 2019.
Publisher's Weekly said of the story, “Tonya D. Price’s riveting “Payback” begins with a dog being chased down a country road by the reckless driver of a sports car; an act of reprisal from the narrator sets off a breathless chain of events demonstrating the extremes of human behavior.” Reviewed on : 08/06/2019 Release date: 10/01/2019 https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-328-63609-6
She is the founder of StrategicIdeas.com, 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.
If you are interested in receiving a review copy of The Profitable Writer: Managing The Writer's Money and are interested in interviewing Tonya, just email her and she'll be happy to set up a time to talk.