WRITE-LIVELIHOOD: How to Craft a Writers Business Plan (Enterprising Writer Book 1) Ryan Petty

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WRITE-LIVELIHOOD: How to Craft a Writers Business Plan (Enterprising Writer Book 1) by Ryan Petty
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A Business Plan is a Place to ThinkYou have stories to tell and ideas to share. This book shows you how to turn them into a livelihood worth your investment of time, talent, and energy.Offered here is the Early Adopter’s Edition, v1.1.1, of More A Business Plan is a Place to ThinkYou have stories to tell and ideas to share. This book shows you how to turn them into a livelihood worth your investment of time, talent, and energy.Offered here is the Early Adopter’s Edition, v1.1.1, of WRITE-LIVELIHOOD: HOW TO CRAFT A WRITER’S BUSINESS PLAN, a 164-page, 45,000-word guidebook to business plans made easy, the first in a series of four Enterprising Writer books, each focused on improving business practices of those of us who write books for a living.WRITE-LIVELIHOOD Will Help You Jump Start Your Self-Publishing Business, Control Your Intellectual Property, Profit from Niche Opportunities in Traditional Publishing, & Keep the Emphasis on Writing.This book is about planning your success as a full-time author.

It offers a direct approach, going steadily from moonlight adventure to earning a living from the books you write. As a full-length treatise on a vital subject, it is unique. If your interest is writing books for a living, this one’s for you.What’s Unique About this Book?Two things:WRITE-LIVELIHOOD focuses on growing your writerly business as a whole—an enterprise-wide perspective. It’s not about a business plan for a single book (and shouldn’t be unless you intend to be a one-book author).It strikes a balance between crass business advice and the pursuit of writing for its own sake, out of love for the profession.The balance arises from WRITE-LIVELIHOOD’s author being a former small press publisher who later pursued an economic development career (often counseling entrepreneurs).

In WRITE-LIVELIHOOD he draws on both skill sets—using ways of thinking seldom joined—to create a new tool for authors, publishers, and entrepreneurs.Luck and talent are great, but this book is about something more essential: a business practice that works—based on a modicum of talent and a pinch of luck. It’s about creating your own success on purpose using persistence, desire, and a strategic understanding of your role as a writer, increasingly turned publisher, and business strategist.Top Twelve Reasons You Need a Business Plan:You can’t afford to be a part time writer when, with a successful plan, you can go full-time and make a living doing what you love.This Golden Era of Self-Publishing may be a window of opportunity that closes on those who wait.The choice, to write full-time or not, should be yours, not left to fate.There’s so much at stake, a bigger commitment makes sense.You need strategies so strong and so you-as-a-writer they sizzle in your mind.The biggest mistake authors make is writing the wrong book for the wrong reasons.You need to set priorities strategically which requires an enterprise-wide perspective.You need to strike the right balance between writing and marketing.You need to thoroughly understand the business implications of self vs.

traditional vs. hybrid publishing—short- and long-term.You need to identify your potential audience and know how to reach it.You need the positive impact a business plan has on productivity and the ability to multiply one product into several.You need the very best advice you can possibly give yourself—and a way to call it forth at key moments of decision.



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