How To Make A Living With Your Writing: Books, Blogging and More

Would you like to leave your job and make a living with your writing? This book will show you how. I spent 13 years working as a cubicle slave in the corporate world. I was miserable in my job and my creativity was stunted by the crushing daily grind. Then I started writing books and blogging, using my words to create products and attract readers. In September 2011, I left my corporate job to become a full-time author and creative entrepreneur and since then I’ve grown my business year on year, all based on my writing. More importantly, I’m finally living the happy life I always wanted. I’m not a Kindle or blogging millionaire and this is not a get rich quick scheme. But I will share with you how I make a six-figure income from writing books, blogging and marketing in an ethical manner. We’re living in the best time ever to make a living with your writing! Read on to learn more. The book includes the following Table of Contents: * Overview of how I make a living and income split First principles Tips on writing and productivity Tips on mindset * Part 1: How to make money from books It’s not just one book Your publishing options: Traditional publishing Changes in the publishing industry Your publishing options: Becoming an indie author How to self-publish an ebook How to self-publish a print book How to self-publish an audiobook * Part 2: How to make money online in other ways A business powered by content marketing Product sales Affiliate income Consulting or coaching Professional speaking Advertising and sponsorship Freelance writing Tips for content marketing * The transition and your next steps Plus/ Companion Workbook so you can answer the questions in the book for yourself.

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3 Responses to How To Make A Living With Your Writing: Books, Blogging and More

  1. Helen Baggott says:

    Could this book help turn your dream into a reality? There are many books available that ‘share’ those nuggets of information that turn writers into successful writers. What makes this book different, to me, is that the author pitches the challenge – of writing for money, of getting a self-published book read – and then explains how she did it.Moving from full-time employment to full-time writer and writing entrepreneur is no small achievement. Not everyone will want that challenge, but if you already write and…

  2. Mari Howard says:

    Comprehensive Guide for Really Serious Indie Writers This is the first I’ve read of Joanna Penn’s books, and it makes an exciting and interesting read. It’s a book to encourage and inspire, it;s well laid out in easily-read and considered chunks, clearly written in a very accessible style, and super-informative. Helpfully, she gives website URL’s within the text where you can access examples and further information.This author is excited by her subjects and she wants her readers tone excited too.She includes…

  3. Steph H. Barker says:

    A Must Read for All Writers I was lucky enough to be offered the opportunity to review this book prior to publication, and having read both ‘How to Market A Book’ and ‘Business For Authors. How To Be An Author Entrepreneur’ and found them invaluable, I was excited at this prospect.Though I was keen to read ‘How to Make A Living From Your Writing’ I was also a little worried that there might have been too much overlap between this and ‘Business For Authors’, but…