I'm linking up with Modern Mrs. Darcy's Quick Lit to share some of the other books I've been reading.
If you’ve ever considered writing your memoir, you’ve likely felt apprehensive and doubtful. But the truth is, everyone has a story. You just have to learn how to tell it. Fast Draft Your Memoir: Write Your Life Story in 45 Hours is the tool you need.
There is no worse feeling as a parent than helplessness and frustration, with a pit in your stomach and a tightness in your throat, struggling to help your child while working within the confines of a system. A system that is built to serve a community, not an individual. Some kids thrive in the typical school model. But what if your child is one of those who doesn’t? How can you help him?
Time management books are some of my favorite books to read so I’ve read a lot of them. And all of them have something I can take away and apply to my own life. But [Amy Lynn Andrew]’s _Tell Your Time_ is special.
It’s a new year and one of your resolutions is probably financial in nature. One way to stay motivated is to read books that encourage you to stay on the path you want to follow.
Frugal Isn’t Cheap by Clare Levison is the book you want for money matters. We all know there is no magic bullet that will turn $5 into $500 or $5000. But what this book does offer is lots of practical advice.
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We all want to create work that lasts. Work that stands out and gets noticed. Work that’s read, shared, talked about, and purchased. But there is a lot of noise out there. How do you get noticed? And how do you ensure that your work keeps selling? That people come back to you again and again? That buyers become part of your 1000 True Fans?
A must-read if you are interested in selling your short works.