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Book Title: The Coffee Break Guide to Business Plans for Writers: The Step-By-Step Guide to Taking Control of Your Writing Career|
The author of the book: Amy Denim
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Format files: PDF
The size of the: 836 KB
Edition: Coffee Break Publishing
Date of issue: December 26th 2013
Read full description of the books The Coffee Break Guide to Business Plans for Writers: The Step-By-Step Guide to Taking Control of Your Writing Career:Take control of your writing career!
"After reading this book I was ready to start writing my author business plan. The steps Denim gives are exactly what I needed." ~ Heather Lire, author of the Holiday, Vermont series.
When you first started writing all you thought you needed was a good story, the right words and the time to write. But there's so much more to a writing career than putting words on the page. Having a business plan is a big part of moving your writing from being a hobby to a profession. But who has the time to sit down and write a report style tome filled with scary numbers and boring mission statements. The Coffee Break Guide to Business Plans breaks the ideas you need for your plan into manageable parts that you can work on during your coffee breaks and takes the traditional business plan sections and transforms them into ideas for your creative brain.
- How to create SMART goals
- How to track your query letters, book sales, rankings and more
- How to create a budget for your income and expenses
- How to evaluate your plan
- What you need to do to become an author entrepreneur!
Read information about the authorAmy Denim writes business books for writers and contemporary romance. She loves hot heroes (like chefs and cowboys) and curvy intelligent heroines (like chefs and cowgirls.)
She’s been a franchise sales coordinator, a lifeguard, a personal shopper, and a teacher of English as a Foreign Language. But now she spends her days reading and writing at her local library or in her book cave.
Amy started out her writer’s life scared out of her wits because she hadn’t yet created an online platform, wasn’t on twitter, didn’t have a Facebook fanpage and had never even heard of Goodreads. She just wrote books. So she spent a year becoming a social media fiend and now does consulting for creatives on how to use social media effectively. She started Coffee Break Social Media to help writers and artists learn to use SM platforms effectively (without the scare tactics) but still have time to create. She believes social media can be every writer’s friend, sometimes they just need an introduction.