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How do you intend to profit from writing a book? Writing Question #2

Posted July 10th @ 6:22 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Question #2 for writers and business owners thinking about writing a book, How can you profit from writing a book?

Career advice & financial tips for authors from Lawrence Block

Posted July 5th @ 6:25 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

11 tips to help you avoid the money management mistakes many authors make

Why writing a book is like starting a new business

Posted January 31st @ 12:16 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Why writing a book is like starting a new business

3-step plan for leveraging your book into speaking profits

Posted September 9th @ 12:30 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Jane Atkinson, Speaker Launcher, and developer of the Wealthy Speaker System, encourages authors to follow a 3-step Ready, Aim, Fire process when leveraging books into speaking profits.

Let Jane Atkinson help you become a wealthy speaker – free call

Posted September 5th @ 8:03 pm by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Published & Pofitable host Roger C. Parker to interview speaker coach Jane Atkinson, author of The Wealthy Speaker. Jane will share tips for authors who want to leverage their nonfiction books into lucrative speaking engagements.

6 ways authors can profit from their books “after the sale”

Posted September 2nd @ 12:36 am by Roger C. ParkerPrint

Thursday’s profit tips for authors New authors usually focus on profits from sales of their book, i.e., advances, royalties, and profit margins; experienced authors, however, focus on the back-end products and services they can offer based on their books. As more than many expert authors I’ve interviewed for Published & Profitable and Jay Conrad Levinson’s [...]

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