You’ve developed a professional writing career, but you’re not making as much income as you believe you could, and should. You suspect that you don’t know enough, and this means that you’re leaking money. This “Money Leak” syndrome affects many writers, not just newbies, and it’s not your fault.
Today, you need extensive know-how to run a pro writing business — everything from time management to managing your financial accounts. Not to mention marketing, so that you get quality clients, who are eager to work with you. And that’s just the commercial writers.
Self-publishers have it even worse. There’s a huge amount to learn in this area, which is constantly changing, and there’s a mile of misinformation out there too.
Free writing programs to kickstart your 2016
Firstly, an apology. I haven’t been blogging as much as I usually do. The reason? I feel like Alice’s White Rabbit, “no time, no time”. A bunch of circumstances are taking up a lot of my time, and since I can’t clone myself, blogging has to take a back seat.
BTW — thank you if you sent me a message to ask whether anything’s wrong… No it’s not, and you’ll see why in 2016. 🙂
Since I won’t have much time for blogging until late January, I was feeling horribly guilty, not to mention frustrated. I love blogging, it’s always a joy. I made list of blog posts I could write, but I’ve been too tired at the end of each day to implement them.
So, with the “money leak” challenge for writers at the forefront of my mind, and knowing that most writers could do better at their profession if they knew a little more, I’ve decided to offer you some of our older programs. Free.
You can download the first ebook here. It’s Six-Figure Writer’s Toolbox: From a Day Job to $500 a Day.
I hope at that somewhere in the material, you’ll have one major AHA! moment, which changes your writing life around.
Another apology — the material’s unedited, so I know that there are some dead links and other kerfuffles in there. Please forgive.
And watch for more freebies too.
We’ll be back in full strength in late January 2016
I’ll be posting here, and at the Just Write A Book Blog when I get a free moment, so I won’t be totally out of touch. You can of course contact us at any time. Happy writing. 🙂
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